I am about to file for a divorce from my husband, I believe
I am about to file for a divorce from my husband, I believe that he has fathered a child from a woman that he worked with with. Is there any way that my attorney can find out if he did father a child while being married to me. We have been married for 23 years. Also, what am I entitled to if he indeed is the father?
my wife has a boy friend and she lives with him now, how can
My wife and have moved to California from north Carolina a year ago, 3 month after she decided to move back to north Carolina, since then I have been going to see her very often, last September my wife told me that she has boy friend she live and committes adultery with him, what kind of evidence I'll need to Persecute her for adultery in north Carolina
Custody. My wife and i are getting divorced. We live in
Custody. My wife and i are getting divorced. We live in different States.She is in KY I am in WA. We have tried to settle peacefully. But as I received the final divorce decree from her lawyer the custody was changed from joint to sole on behalf of my wife. Our daughter lives with her. When I asked my wife she said her lawyer had recommended to change it to sole custody so my wife can take care of all the legal aspects of my daughters life. I have visitation rights as my wife and I agree to. But I am suspicious about giving up custody. My plan and hope is to eventually move closer to my daughter within a few hours to be able to be more fully part of her life. What should I do, how serious is this I don't want to loose my daughter.
2 years ago my father became ill, and my sister got power of
2 years ago my father became ill, and my sister got power of attorney, he died shortly after, it seems my mothers name was also on it, not sure why. since my father died i have been paying my mothers bills through my checking account . she never paid the bills while my father was alive so really wasnt up to the task. we take thethe oney from a shared savings account in my and my mothers name. with poa does my sister have rightful access to this account?
This is probably unusual. I was married to a man in 1961. In
This is probably unusual. I was married to a man in 1961. In 1962, while he was stationed in Germany, I conceived a child with another man, in St. Petersburg FL. When my husband returned, I made him aware, and he was happy to accept, though shocked, the responsibility. Infant was born in Arizona. Both my husband and I signed the birth certificate at the hospital there. Our marriage lasted a short time. When Chuck was 2 1/2 years old, I remarried. When he (Chuck) was ten years old, I called directory assistance, got the name of his biological father, to let him know, and when a woman answered, I had second thoughts and hung up. I never tried to contact him again. My first husband quit paying the $50.00/mo. court ordered child support, when Chuck was about 5 years old. I never pursued him. As years went by, Chuck had a daughter, at age 18 yrs. She grew up, and is now a mother herself. She's my grand daughter, and she, as well as Chuck put on the pressure to find Chucks biological father!...and she (Ginger) found him in New Smyrna Bch. FL. We met up, and met his family. They are sure that "Spike" is Chucks father..they look almost identical...the Greek heritage is strong. No D.N.A. has been done. Spike met Chuck, Ginger and his/our great grand daughter, Lacy July 4th, 2015, at New Smyrna Beach FL.. I have several photos. I am mostly concerned, as Chucks mother, that he legally establish his birth right. Chuck has many of the same ailments, documented, that Spike has (that are not my side of the family ailments) arthritic gout, psoriasis. None of these 2 ailments exist in my family, to my knowledge. Anxiety d/o, both actually take the same pain control meds! What do you recommend, as far as the birth right issue? Not trying to milk him for money, I, as his mother am partitioning for what rightfully belongs to the son that Spiros Christus Andraktas, fathered with me, Betty Ruth Rabon.JA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: FloridaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NeverJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I think I covered everything, thank you.