Is my marriage legal got licens preacher married us but did not file licens preacher died?
Your marriage will be legal if it was conducted according to the laws of the country in which you were married.
These laws would normally require the ceremony to be conduced by an authorized individual who would require that a marriage certificate was signed by both parties, him/her self and some witnesses.
Part of this certificate will be kept by the sate as an official record of the marriage and part will be given to the married couple as proof of the event.
Thus the death of the preacher (the authorized individual) should not make any difference as the records (the bits of paper) are all that matter.
If you married someone who was already married in the Philippines is your marriage even legal and do you need to get a divorce?
IF THAT MARRIAGE LICENSE HAS BEEN SIGNED BY A PREACHER THEN THAT MAKE IT LEGAL AS WELL AS IT MUST BE SENT INTO THE STATE TO BE PUBLIC RECORD. A License gives you permission to get married . a certificate means you have gotten married. I would compare it to a drivers license and actually driving a car. you are not a driver if you have never driven.
For a second marriage to be legal, the first would have to have been dissolved via legal divorce. If the first marriage was not legally dissolved, then a second marriage would neither be legal or illegal; it would simply be redundant. Married couples often renew their wedding vows, but there is no legal connection.