On the other hand, the penalty for the mistress is “destierro” (exile), not imprisonment.With number (1) above, I think you will agree with me that only a few men would dare to bring or allow his mistress to live in the conjugal dwelling.If she commits even just one case of adultery, she, along with the paramour, can be immediately charged criminally.But the husband who commits numerous acts of marital infidelity cannot be sued by his wife for adultery (since under Article 333, adultery is a crime committed by the wife and her paramour).I am so curious how this happens, and I am getting more and more bold to ask questions of the story how it happened. Also in the airport yesterday, I met a European woman, Esther from Samaritana that supports Filipino single moms that become prostitutes to pay for their baby and their family.
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If a husband wants to file an adultery case against his wife, he must also charge the paramour.
In the same way, a wife must file the case for concubinage against her husband and his mistress; she cannot charge the mistress alone.
Your spouse may even be ready to walk out the door. “Love Must Be Tough” free PDF from Tyndale House (TOC, Introduction, Chapter 1) The Revised Penal Code defines and penalizes “concubinage” in Article 334: “Any husband who shall keep a mistress in the conjugal dwelling, or shall have sexual intercourse, under scandalous circumstances, with a woman who is not his wife, or shall cohabit with her in any other place, shall be punished by prision correccional (1) by keeping a mistress in the conjugal dwelling, (2) by having sexual intercourse under scandalous circumstances with a woman who is not his wife; or (3) by cohabiting with his mistress in any other place.
For the husband, the penalty of “prision correccional” in its minimum period is imprisonment from six months and one day.