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It is from him directly and also i have soft copy of his orders and travel orders.
Yes, Sir, I have a copy of our marriage license.
Thanks so much.
I just wonder in the situation now that he left us, me and my son, he never mentioned about filing a divorce. However, everytime I ask him how he intends to support his son and how to pay off the property he bought but getting paid using my checking account, he doesn't answer. I am thinking if there's any action he's trying to avoid or an agenda he is planning that will consequently justify his action of abandoning us?
That's good to know.
I would also like to ask, would there be any bearing at all in this case, if I am living and staying in the Philippines and not in the USA? If everything boils down to divorce, and considering this fact, would I be eligible for some legal aid from his hometown in Peoria, Illinois?
Would there be a case of abandonment at this point? Setting aside divorce for example for the time being? The scenario was he just said one day he doesnt want to be with me anymore, worse referred to our son...as MY son?
Sir, good morning. The master chief from Singapore called me the other day and told me that they cannot impose or push my husband for allotment for family support, even if the MILPERSMAN clearly states family support. Apparently, thru MILPERSMAN, its more of it COULD impose but not really SHOULD impose the allotment for family support which i find really weird. Is it possible that the reason behind this is that activation in singapore will end in 3 weeks and imposing on the rules of family support may be tedious and may take time?
I wonder what I can do now if the Navy apparently can only do so much in cases like these?
Thank you so much.
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