Q: My husbands ex adopted out his son for money. She had another man sign birth c. We need help. He is biologically the dad
She used the attorney to adopt child and got “cost of living expenses “ (10k). My husband is the biological father. The ex was in jail when my husband motioned court for paternity and she wrote a letter saying he wasn’t father and that she adopted him out. After that they dismissed his motion. On a mere letter she sent from jail. The dismissal said it did not have “jurisdiction” over the case. She had another man knowingly sign the birth certificate. He called my husband and told him he did it. Since she has exploited my husband in order to sell him pictures of his son. We need help motioning the proper court and jurisdiction. She was on drugs. She left my husband before she gave birth. Then had their son and adopted him out. My husband bought a house and motioned the court for custody. It has been a long journey and we need help.
A: If the order of dismissal was based in jurisdiction, chances are that the court is not where the child lived at the time of the adoption petition. Contact an attorney licensed to practice law in that state.
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