I want to know why they did that to me. They have refused to acknowledge that it has caused me distress for 25 years. I want to know why they did it in the first place. I just want them to have to acknowledge it and stop lying and be accountable in a public forum.
Thanks for your question! I'd recommend that you reach out to a local family law attorney in your area so the attorney can take some time to review your divorce decree and learn more about the facts surrounding your matter.
The answer to your question would hinge on either what the...Read more »
You present an interesting legal question. You will probably need to hire an attorney licensed to practice in Connecticut to fully address your situation with your grandchildren. I wish you the best of luck in the resolution of your issue.
My father was unofficially adopted by my grandparents in Puerto Rico in the 1950s, and when he was born they did not change his original last name to what should of been my adoptive grandfathers last name.
For all the time he has been in the United States (specifically NY for over 40... Read more »
Based upon what you have said, to begin with the case would have to be done in PR as that is where he was born, however, since the "adoption" was unofficial it is unlikely that it can be done. What is probably a better option, is to bring an action for a name change back to the time he...Read more »
I have two kids a 13son and 15year old daughter . I have been divorced from my ex-husband for 10 years we have been to court just about every year since we have divorced. We just got out of court October 29,2020. He has been trying to take my kids from me for years and now he called CPS and I... Read more »
My X-Wife and I have a Travel Trailer together. We failed to make payments and the bank foreclosed on it and charged off the debt. They never Repossessed it. If my X-wife Takes it or I just let her take it off the property, is there a way I could get something signed saying I want nothing to do... Read more »
There is not enough information here to know what is going on with this case. With that said, if there is a threat that children may be removed by the state the guardians and the parents each need to hire attorneys right now. It is always better to take action to try to prevent the removal than...Read more »
I am a US citizen with a dual US-European citizenship, living in Wisconsin.
I'm mid-term with a baby fathered by a US citizen who said he does not want the kid. If I move back to Europe, give birth and he then changes his mind, I will not be willing to return to US. His... Read more »
Until the time he is the adjudicated father after the child is born, he has no legal rights to the child unless you were married. Once the child is born, his placement and custodial rights would be under the laws of the Country in which the child is born.
I have insurance for my kids, my ex took my kids to a counselor who does not take insurance and is only cash pay. My insurance covers counseling and it’s only $60, am I responsible for paying half of the original receipt she submitted to me that is in the 100’s when I should only pay $30?
Thank you for your question! I would suggest that you reach out to a local family law attorney so that the attorney can review what your divorce decree states and learn more about the facts surrounding your situation.
Oftentimes, the divorce decree will specify how medical expenses are to...Read more »
My girls have stayed with me for the last two summers including holidays, weekends, and days off from school. I have no transportation and she has been dropping them off for visits. Last weekend I cancelled the weekend visit because of a winter storm. I have never cancelled before and this was the... Read more »
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