Q: Need advice on filing an appeal on my Marvin vs. Marvin case
I lived together with a lady for over 30 years. I filed a lawsuit to get my right to the property based on Marvin vs, Marvin law. I lost my case because the judge ruled that the relationship was romantic. I need to discuss my case to determine my grounds for appeal. During our living together , she claimed that i was not paying enough for my share of the household cost. We had a couple therapy and the therapist testified in court based on her notes that she saw us and that the lady was complaining that I was not paying enough of my household shares. I am an inventor , I was not making enough money to pay more. I also work from home. On the monthly checks that I gave the lady I wrote Rent so that I can deduct it on my taxes. We also signed a domestic partnership paper to be on her health insurance when I was 56 years old. We always presented ourselves either as a husband and wife or as a couple.
A: Speak with an attorney handling appeals then. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You should seek an attorney for formal legal advice and representation.]
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