Eugene, OR asked in Child Custody, Admiralty / Maritime, Juvenile Law and Municipal Law for Oregon

Q: Is it legal to dissipate ones assets and terminate ones parental rights and operate during the COVID 19 state shut down?

Is it legal or even right to dissipate a biological parent (the mothers) ; her assets; My funds, my right to be a human-do things like vote, make medical decisions, or be an ABLE body of my own? While under terms of the state shut down,from being a created parent which of whom was not approved of by the biological mother; with proof: before-hand warns you that they’re going to steal your child before he was even born! The man and his wife who registers you(me) as a unmarried unregistered family law while he’s married... of whom gets away with these things because he has biological brother who works in the legal system(above us, ants) and works with them. Gets a complete in-home plan for a five month year old baby terminating my 12 month time period to even get my child back get a complete and home plan has had several visitations at my own parents houses during Covid while they wouldn’t even give me a visit with my child or answer the phone. They’re low-key under terms TERRORISTS.

2 Lawyer Answers
Tom Evans
Tom Evans
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  • Maritime Law Lawyer
  • Seattle, WA

A: Sorry, but your question should be directed to a fanily law or domestic relations attorney.

Tim Akpinar agrees with this answer

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
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  • Maritime Law Lawyer
  • Little Neck, NY

A: I'm sorry for your difficult ordeal, but I agree with Mr. Evans. There are no maritime law issues here - you could repost and add Family Law as a category. If you don't get a response, an option could include reaching out to attorneys under family/domestic relations law. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

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