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1 Answer | Asked in Divorce, Family Law, Juvenile Law and Adoption for Utah on
Q: I legally adopted a child & the ex has since reintroduced my daughter to her biological dad. Is this illegal?

I have (2) children with her, divorced in '14. The ex has refused to let me see my children and makes it a nightmare when I have called. So this was in Utah and I had since moved to Arizona. I legally adopted one and had one natural with her. She has since reintroduced my adopted daughter to... Read more »

Paul Waldron
Paul Waldron
answered on Nov 2, 2016

This is illegal. Unless or until there is a court order prohibiting the mother from reintroducing your daughter to the biological father, the mother (your ex-wife) can continue to do so. Your legal option is to file a court action to request the judge to prohibit the contact, but you will have to... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning and Probate for Utah on
Q: My boyfriend of 10 years past away and I found a will that he had wrote so I put in to the judge a probate to get his

Estate his xwife that has his son is contesting the will saying he didn't wright it and bring my criminal past into it saying I'm not a reliable person! Can she do that? She supened my mom??

Paul Waldron
Paul Waldron
answered on Nov 2, 2016

Anyone has the right to contest a will. You will have to meet the prima facie case to show the will is authentic, but they will bear the burden of proof to overcome that once you show the will is valid. You need the assistance of a good probate lawyer to help you with this.

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning and Family Law for Utah on
Q: my trust fund was fraudulently taken from me from my mother when she forged my signature. What to do??
Paul Waldron
Paul Waldron
answered on Nov 2, 2016

I think your best solution would be to report this issue to law enforcement to investigate.

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