Divorce Bill

Debating divorce Pinoy-style

"What God has put together, let no man put asunder." Aside from the Vatican, the Philippines is the only country in the world that does not have a law on divorce.

After RH, divorce bill advocates remain hopeful

Nabuhayan ng loob ang mga nagsusulong ng divorce bill dahil mas bukas na raw ang Kongreso sa mga kontrobersyal na batas gaya ng batas ukol sa reproductive health. Nagpa-Patrol, Jenny Reyes. TV Patrol, Enero 6, 2013, Linggo

Why the Palace won't back divorce bill

MANILA, Philippines - Malacañang is not looking at supporting the divorce bill especially now that it is trying to mend fences with critics of the reproductive health bill, a spokesman said Thursday.

Palace snubs divorce bill, wants to win back RH critics

MANILA, Philippines - Malacañang is not looking at supporting the divorce bill especially now that the administration is trying to mend fences with critics of the reproductive health bill, a spokesman said Thursday.

Divorce bill not on Palace radar

MANILA, Philippines - Malacañang squelched talk that the divorce bill is next after the passage of the reproductive health bill, saying that it is not "on the radar" of President Aquino.

After RH bill, divorce bill next

MANILA, Philippines - House Speaker Feliciano Belmonte Jr. believes that the divorce bill may finally be tackled in the 16th Congress.

Lonely Koko envies Chiz

MANILA, Philippines - Sen. Koko Pimentel on Tuesday said he is jealous of fellow Senator Francis Escudero because his kids live with him.

Karen Davila shares thoughts on divorce bill

ABS-CBN anchor Karen Davila on Thursday shared her thoughts on the divorce bill pending before Congress. The measure seeks to give couples in irreparable marriages legal remedies in addition to laws on legal separation and annulment. Speaking on her dzMM radio show, “Pasada 630,” with Vic Lima, Davila also discussed what she thinks are the reasons why a family breaks down.