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Writing a letter/meeting my birth mom?

A:  To Tia: You are an adoptive mother, not a mother who surrendered her child for adoption. Please quit speaking for natural mothers, in regards to how they felt when they surrendered. You are only giving your version from an adoptive mother''s perspective, how can you possibly know every feeling and reason why a mother surrendered? You can''t. To the OP: First I would ask, why is it that you only just read these letters a couple of days ago at the age of 22? Were these letters just now given to you? write your natural mother a letter, tell her you just read her letters, tell her about yourself today, maybe ask some questions from talking points...

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I need help writing a letter to my congressmen about The Bailout!

A:  The Bailout is not a trillion dollars, it is not unconditional, and most importantly, it is not a giveaway. I would recommend doing some more reading on the topic so as to write an informed letter....

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Getting fired for child support wage garnishment?

A:  When you say "CA can't find", I gather you're using the child support enforcement folks? Have you had your own attorney do discovery and contempt motions via the family court? "He recently called me and said that his boss was going to fire him because they are going to garnish his wages, and his boss "doesn't do wage garnishments"." Did it occur to you that he's lying to you? :) Unless he has other garnishments (and his statement doesn't mention that), it would be illegal to fire him over one garnishment (and for them to ignore a garnishment, presumably the employer would be required to provide some proof that the maximum legal amount is already being withheld from his pay). "Isn't he required to do the...

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Can an alleged father file to have his child return to him when there is evidence of neglect?

A:  Unmarried fathers have rights and duties similar to those of married fathers. Couples who are living together but are not married should take steps to ensure that both are recognized as the legal parents. Both parents can be listed on the birth certificate. A parent who is not listed may be able to be added after the birth of a child if the parent contacts the state Bureau of Vital Statistics in which the birth took place. The father will be shown on the birth certificate if he acknowledges paternity when or close in time to the birth, or the court orders the birth certificate to be changed to reflect the father’s name. A father can acknowledge paternity by signing a written admission or voluntary acknowledgment of paternity or paternity may be established by...

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Minor will be 18... Do I still be force to pay child support?

A:  I wish to inform you that you may not be liable for child support. In this regard, you cannot be made liable for the past and may thus be made liable for future child support only. In this, if child is not staying with father then father is not bearing expenses of child and father may not claim for expenses of child. Further, when the court in Puerto Rico had informed you that if you do not take custody of child then it will pass order regarding waiving of your rights and responsibilities towards your son; with the passing of the order by the court in Puerto Rico terminating your parental rights then your...

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Demand letters & Settlement Amounts?

A:  "I am wondering if anyone knows where to find local claim settlement amounts?" Probably no-place. And it wouldn't do you much good even if you could find them. No claim rep in his right mind is going to pay any attention to them. You claim is going to be handled based on its own merits (or lack of merit) and your settlement is likely to depend on your negotiating leverage (which is likely little to none). "I have been told to write a demand letter for X amount of money and request treatment to continue for X amount of time, is this accurate?" Pretty much. "The demand letter seems almost ultamatum like!" Yes it does. Demand letters often come right out and...

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Personal Injury Demand letter Inquiry

A:  "I am in the process of writing my demand letter and have no idea what kind of compensation I should look to receive." Sure you do. If I were the adjuster and offered you meds 5000 plus another 5000, what would you say? Pretend this is the real thing. Come back with a number that would satisfy you. Your "starting figure" is the amount of your damages not paid by your insurer (I assume that your own auto insurance paid to fix your car, less your deductable -- which raises the question what your insurer is doing to recover its losses here). Beyond that, what do YOU think is reasonable? NO WAY on Earth any insurer is going to give you anything close to $25000 for $5000 in meds -- particularly when you haven't filed a

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child Support Arrearage Exceeds $250,000

A:  Have you ever spent any time down at the child Support Enforcement Office and speak to them about this? If anything THEY would be the folks to speak with - not the DA, etc. as you have been doing. S peak with a supervisor down at child Support and see what they say. It IS in their best interest to have you collect whatever monthly amount your kids are entitled to. What''s the matter with these people out there in California that they can''t and won''t go after her for the arrearage. Payments of $100 a month are an insult especially if this woman has a high paying job. Did you have a for real attorney at each and every one of these court apperances where she prevailed or did you handle this all by yourself? If you DID have an attorney you...

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divorce/child custory

A:  Hello John Sorry to hear that, sometimes pregnancy stage is difficult in the relationship and requires extra understanding and communication between the spousals. As per you stated, in that case you should wait till the first year of marriage is over and then both of you file a mutual consent divorce in a family court in Mexico where the child custody will also be determined. As the legal father of your child you will always be a part of their life and have the right to have a relationship with your child. Marriage and more over parenting is not a play where you can decide to walk out because you dont want to play anymore or because there is something that you dont like anymore. As...

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divorce/child custory

A:  Hello John and thanks for contacting me here at allexperts You are right you have a bit complex situation here. For the goodsake of your unborn child and marriage, you should both try to come to an understanding and agreement about the situation or also try to get marriage counseling. I dont see grounds for divorce here, its just only a disagreement between the spousals about where are you going to have your marriage residence. Your responsibility to provide for the family remains eventhough you are temporarily separated for some cause. Another fact is that under Mexican law you cannot file for divorce till at least you have been one year on the marriage, and have legal grounds to file for it.  About the