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1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for New Jersey on
Q: Is it hard to transfer deed of a house to someone else.

Where do I go to transfer the deed of my house to someone else. An attorney or courthouse

Rajeh A. Saadeh
Rajeh A. Saadeh answered on Jun 2, 2021

Please contact a real estate a lawyer to help you transfer title to your home. We do that regularly and easily.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for New Jersey on
Q: 1.2(h) The terms “mother” and “father” (as used by the children), or any such similar parental term as used by the child

My ex is forcing my kids to call his girlfriend Mom , even though I have putted the clause that the term Mother or father will save only for real parents. I have requested him so many times not to do that but he refused to listen . What would be my option to take further action?

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Rajeh A. Saadeh
Rajeh A. Saadeh answered on Jun 2, 2021

Please contact a divorce and family lawyer to help you file a motion to enforce your agreement.

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Estate Planning and Probate for New Jersey on
Q: If a US Citizen (not dual) who lives in NJ owns land in the Philippines and this person dies without a will, what...

... what country's laws apply when it comes to inheritance concerning the land owned in the Philippines?

Rajeh A. Saadeh
Rajeh A. Saadeh answered on Jun 2, 2021

This is a question for an estate administration lawyer. Please contact an estate administration lawyer for assistance.

1 Answer | Asked in Adoption, Family Law and Immigration Law for New Jersey on
Q: \ if a child is in an immigration process. and both parents abuse him. would he get deported, or get a citizenship?

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Rajeh A. Saadeh
Rajeh A. Saadeh answered on Jun 2, 2021

This is a question for an immigration lawyer. Please contact an immigration lawyer for assistance.

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