Ok I have a question, I'm a U.S. Citizen at birth, I have a boyfriend that is British and he is a programmer. We have been together for three years and so far took around 6-7 trips to see eachother that lasted for close to a month each time and we talk on Skype on a daily basis. We talk about... Read more »
There are to many facts and circumstances in your question. However the first step is to determine whether he is inadmissible. As you may understand, each case is unique. Therefore, we strongly suggest that you look for an immigration lawyer for detailed consultation on your case.
A green card can be revoked if the LPR commits certain crimes, in some cases drunk driving convictions. If you received a notice to appear into immigration court for removal proceedings, seek an Immigration Attorney immediately.
I was forced by my commander and pressured by family. My ex was physically and mentally abusing towards me. I thought I had to sign it. Now she wants my retirement and alimony. This has been going on since 2012 and if been paying 80% of my pay to her. I just want to be divorced without living in... Read more »
If the agreement was signed under duress, It could be set aside by a court for lack of consent. In P.R., support for an ex spouse is base on necessity. Your ex will have to prove the need for the support.
I understand that 1/2 the house by inheritance belongs to my Sister and I, (he has 4 kids of his own), he is speaking of remarrying, how does that change our inheritance at his passing?The house is located in Puerto Rico. We get along great with our step Dad but we have concerns since he is... Read more »
In general you inherit just from your parents. In Puerto Rico the law provide for forced heirs. These are, in general, your children and the grandchildren, etc. The children from other relations of your spouse are not your forced heirs. You should make a will (testament) to include those children...Read more »
I live in PR; my wife lived in RI with my two kids but got arrested for 3 felony charges. I went to family court and she agreed to give me sole custody and physical placement, plus I asked for a 2 year restraining order against her on behalf of the kids. Thing is the stipulation document with the... Read more »
If the document is not a private document, but a court order, it is necessary the execuator procedure to validate that court order in PR. That process is in the Civil Procedure Rules. In most, if not in all jurisdictions, is such a procedure for the validation of court rulings, orders, etc., from...Read more »
If what you said is that the deed of the house reads that the owners are the 3 children, then it is probably that the house is not part of the heritage. However, in general, if there is no will, all her children are her forced heirs. As forced heirs all 5 have the right to receive an equal...Read more »
You should file a provisional custody case in court ASAP. Contact a family lawyer or any Legal Services organization. Do it before she makes any allegations and complaints against you before the any law and order authority or in court. In addition, address the legal issue of your separation.
It all depends, there is the need of more details and facts to determine if your case can be reopened. I strongly suggest that you gather all the information and documentation of your case and your current health condition and contact ASAP an attorney with SS practice close to your home. It is...Read more »
Basically we are buying property. If he dies before me....will his children take all or part of the condo. He doesn't want his children to get the property. Both our names will be on the mortgage. What do we do or have to do after we Sign.
We live in new York but the property is in... Read more »
The law in Puerto Rico provides heirs. In this case, the children are heirs and inherit the father's participation in the condo, including debts. However, the parent may grant a will and dispose of his property as he wills, but always observing the provisions on inheritance in Puerto Rico,...Read more »
In Puerto Rico, the law provides forced heirs. In general, the law reserves a minimum of 1/3 of the deceased estate to the forced heirs. A forced heir can be left out of the inheritance by disinheritance through a will and only under the grounds provided by law. If you were excluded of the...Read more »
If you want to file for divorce in P.R., we recommend you hire a lawyer in Puerto Rico. We suggest you contact a lawyer close to where she is living. However, it is probable that you can file for divorce in GA, however, you need to serve her in P.R.
My mother past away and her brother and sisters are trying to divide their inheritance in Puerto Rico and obtain a title for each one, we are four brother and sisters for my mother's part. Can and how can I resign on my part of the inheritance which I don't want any part of from Florida which I... Read more »
In general, In Puerto Rico, for resign your part of the inheritance it has to be thru a public document before a Notary Public. If you are out of Puerto Rico, you have the option to give a Power of Attorney for sign the public document before the Notary Public.
En general, en P.R la herencia comprende todos los bienes, derechos y obligaciones de una persona, que no se extinguan por su muerte. Por su parte, el "seguro de vida" es un contrato y se pagará a aquel designado en el contrato. No es parte de la herencia. Sin embargo, el viudo o la viuda podría...Read more »
In ca. my dr. preformed 20 sur. procedures in a 3 1/2months that were'nt all needed.The first 6 blasts produced no results, and i had nothing phy. happen to even prove they were oreformed. My kidney stone never even moved. That was proved with x rays I had 5 stents 4 almost neat death renial... Read more »
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