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In about 2005 my son fiancé was having s baby, she said

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In about 2005 my son fiancé was having his baby, she said her parents didn't want her to have a black child after moving her things in she became angry about something called her sister and she and her husband or boy friend can and got her. She refused to talk to my son or me, to tell us why. Months later my son received a letter from a Florida Lawyer stating his baby was being put up for adoption they wanted him to sign that he agree. He did not want his baby put up for adoption. He sent letters but it did him no good be cause he could not afford a Florida Lawyer. I read the papers after adoption was complete she told them their was no grandmother, she also came back to Virginia an went back to her job. MY son would contact the agency and they would mail him pictures about 3 years ago someone told my son they saw her husband and he said she had passed away that night she had gotten married and had 2 kids. When my son called the agency after finding out it was true they stopped sending pictures no communication. my question is their any thing that can be done?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Phillips Esq. replied 1 year ago.

I am sorry, but I do not understand your post.

Kindly review it, properly identify the parties involved and resubmit.

Thank you for your cooperation,

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