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Q: My father is a citizen of America. He got citizenship when I was still a minor. Can I claim citizenship?

The problem is I don't know his where abouts. But he is here in the United States. Can I still claim citizenship or apply for a green card?

Camlinh Nguyen Rogers answered on Nov 8, 2015

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Q: I live in Delaware with my two year old son. His father is in Texas at AIT for the army he has never helped with our so

N and has now decided to send his parents money for our son which I'll never see. And they only see my son 4 days a month. What should be happening

Charles Snyderman answered on Jul 26, 2014

Although you have not actually said it, I assume you are asking about child support. I suggest you consult with a Delaware attorney who specializes in family law matters. Good luck.

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Q: Do I have to sue the father for medical insurance and child care if they live in the home.

Charles Snyderman answered on Jul 26, 2014

We need more information. What is your relationship with the father and with the children? Whose home do the children live in?

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Q: how can i get custody back from guardianship in delaware

Charles Snyderman answered on Jul 26, 2014

I'm sorry to say that you have not provided enough facts about your situation. Your question cannot be answered without more information.

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Q: Can a dad from Tn get his kids if the mom goes to jail in jersey and leaves the kids with her sick mom in Delaware

Mom and dad devorced and she moved to delawere and has coustody papers from Tn the mom has now went to jail in new jersey and left the kids in delawere with sick grandmother can he go get them even though he doesn't have costody at this time

Charles Snyderman answered on Jul 26, 2014

This sounds like a difficult situation, and it's good that you are asking before taking matters into your own hands. I am not a family law attorney, and I recommend that if you do not hear back from someone who is, you should contact a Delaware attorney who specializes in family law. The... Read more »

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Q: how can i get full custody of my child since the child dad lives in iowa

Charles Snyderman answered on Jul 25, 2014

If you are a Delaware resident, I suggest that you schedule an appointment with a Delaware lawyer who specializes in family law. If you would like some names, please contact me.

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Q: does a durable power of attorney I have override a no contact order that was placed between us through the state of DE.

Charles Snyderman answered on Jul 24, 2014

Not sure I understand your question. However, assuming person A gives POA to person B, and a court orders person B to have no contact with person A, the court order controls everything.

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Q: If I filed for child support and I didn't show up for the court hearing, what would happen?

I filed for child support, but now I don't want to do it through the courts.

Charles Snyderman answered on Jul 4, 2014

It would be best to file a withdrawal of your petition. You can call the clerk of the court to discuss.

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Q: Must a guardian of property retain counsel

Charles Snyderman answered on Apr 17, 2014

Please explain what led you to ask this question.

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Q: Confused about name change procedure involving 2 states.

The father, I believe lives in Ohio, my daughter and I live in Delaware. Do I need to put out a publication in Delaware to announce her name is being changed or a publication in Ohio to locate NCP for permission?

Charles Snyderman answered on Jan 16, 2013

You are supposed to notify the father by certified mail, return receipt requested. If that does not work, you have to use all reasonable efforts to notify the father. There is a name change packet on the New Castle County Website. You can call the Civil Division Clerk’s Office of the Court of... Read more »

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