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My brother per se did not have any assets so to speak and that is why I paid for the education. My brother and I were orphans and so everything that was necessary to be signed he signed. So does this mean that I can sue her for her 1/2 of his undergraduate student tuition since she did not comply with the divorce decree. The son was already 18 years old so no, I was no his guardian...he was an adult. There is no side agreement or paperwork, only her excuses that she and my brother talked. I just found the divorce paper. I would not have paid her portion of my nephews decree had I know about the divorce arrangement. My brother was sick unknowingly and just 5 months before he died, he climbed Mt. Whitney. Cancer ate out all of his backbones then went through the arteries and to the lung which is the normal trail for this type of cancer. Since I just found out about the divorce agreement and wasn't aware that she had a legal responsibility, why can't I sue her for not keeping her legal duty to the divorce agreement. The boy will not sue his mother and will not talk to me because I suggested that she should regardless pay for his education because she is his mother and she broke up the family by what I think is illegal in North Carolina by having another man's child while married. She's trash, but she has a nice home, a good income and could have afforded to contributed to his tuition and expenses. Any other idea's?
You said you 'opted out' but were paid and on my profile it says this question was answered but was not. Please take off the answered comment and put it back on the board for someone else to answer and refund the money. Thank you.
I was the executor of his estate. Basically there was nothing left. So can I sue her on behalf of his estate since I was the executor and he left whatever he had to me? Also they were both in the service and she cheated on him and came home pregnant with an officers baby who was also married. They live in North Carolina where the law of leaving a husband for a lover still exists? Since she and her new husband have a child together, can I somehow get to the Navy and have her dishonorably discharged, without benefits and have both of their NSA credentials taken away from them? The lover gave her herpes which she gave my brother and when he passed, the doctor said he had never seen someone's lungs so filled with herpes that it was pretty amazing. She obviously knew this. She passed on a lethal disease to him and like passing on AIDS, can I sue her for her knowingly and willingly giving this to my brother?