Q: If recently my son found out his wife had gotten a Divorce with free divorce papers from the courts,
The problem here is these papers were filled out and signed while she was pregnant with our daughter. So at that current time we had no child born in the marriage, although they had a son in which she never took the motorized signature of my son ( supposively the dad) and her explanation has been she forgot. On many occasions he has ask for DNA test, in which she pitched fits about. But here’s the main question we need to know
She made a court date after a split oct.2020 for Divorce the baby girl at this time was 17 months old, but she still left it no children born in the marriage. We have just recently obtained a copy of these divorce papers, and it explains clearly as to why she refuses to answer him about seeing his children. She has told people he signed his rights to his children away, when in fact she obtained a Divorce on falsified application for a divorce. What May be the criminal charges she can face for this?
A: You have a lot going on here. It would be wise for your son to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of your case in detail and help you plan the proper course of action to address the situation. She will have to provide a DNA test to determine if the child is biologically his. If the child is his he will need to letigimize so that he has legal rights.
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