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I have trouble relating to my son-in-law, advice?

A:  Don''t worry, he''ll be replaced and no one will even notice. I don''t think they will stay married for long; I heard that he was getting busy with the housekeeper, Esmerelda! Just tell your son in law Derek to shut the ***** up. Listen, Damien will understand if you give him a good 1, 2 in the jaw. Just tell Derpwood to cram it. No reason you have to pay for your daughter''s stupid mistake....

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help for son in law

A:  If your daughter's husband came in from Mexico without a visa and did not go through the immigrations inspection process, he likely cannot obtain a green card from inside the United States, despiteh is marriage to a U.S. citizen and the birth of his U.S. citizen child. On the other hand, if he came in with a visa and overstayed, or he came in without inspection but an employer or family member filed immigration paperwork for him on or before April 30, 2001 and he was here on December 21, 2000, he may be able to get "legalized" from the inside. Getting the green card from the inside entails the filing of certain immigration forms and documents and it obviously does not entail a requriement that he depart the United States during the process. If he...

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son in law wants to move1500 miles away & then dump daughter

A:  I am unclear as to your question; 1.Can your daughter, her husband and children move- yes 2. Can your son in law and children move- if daughter agrees- yes- if not- he would have to obtain primary custody and permission from the court to relocate. 3. Do you have any rights or say in any of this- no If they have lived in PA for 2 years, and divorce appears imminent, perhaps your daughter may want to consider filing for divorce now, while PA still has jursidiction. Then if her husband decides to move later, he'll have to either do thru the courts OR leave without the kiddos. Your daughter's remedy would be to file for divorce in PA, and file for custody. The state in the midwest shouldn't obtain custody jurisdiction until the kids have been there six months. Stop...

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My son in law was in a motorcycle accident and lost his leg. Other mans insurance wants to pay to settle it.?

A:  ''They want to pay to settle''. Have they offered an amount yet? Do you know what the other guys'' policy limits are? If they are high enough, ask for that. If they are too low, you may have to sue the guy to recover. Seek advice from your own insurance agent or a knowledgeable trusted friend. If you hire a lawyer, the lawyer will cause things to drag on for years and he will likely end up with more money than the victim. There are also places that offer free legal advice for those who cannot afford a lawyer. The loss of a leg is very very serious and I would never try to settle such a suit on my own. U need to seek advice - start with ur insurance provider...

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My ex son-in-law does not pay support. Mydaughter is under the impression if she takes him to court she will t?

A:  she is misinformed about the information she is worried about. If your daughter has received public support such as Medicare, Food Stamps, AFDC, Section 8, etc., the state is going to make her ex (not her) reimburse the state. It has no bearing on her children''s father''s continued obligation to pay child support. It might put a strain on his finances, though. I''m sure this is her ex talking. He is full of it! ''coverage''? You mean public assistance? If she take him to court for support, HE will owe back any public assistance she has received. If she does not force her deadbeat ex to pay for his own children, she is as much a part of the problem as he is. Why should the public pay for her (and HIS) child? No, this is not true. She needs to go to a legal clinic in her area where an...

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What are the movies a son in law sex relation with his mother in law?

A:  ''The Graduate'' comes close. life time stories always seem to have stories about that lol oops is the movie you are in india contact me in rose_kashtro@yahoo.co.in...

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What is the best way to deal with my in laws hurting my family?

A:  Boy, your husband is a WUSS!!!! be blatant and tell them they are no longer welcome to contact you if they continue this nonsense. As long as they are slandering you and your husband in front of your daughter, you cannnot continue to have a relationship with them. Not easy, but necessary for your family''s sake. Tell them I think we all (them included) need family therapy counseling, since I think it''s unhealthy what my daughter has to listen to. We can spend time together there. If they agree, maybe things will look up. If they don''t .... sorry they are too much set in their ways. When it comes to families saying hurtful things it can get sticky. I know you don''t want to be like them and talk badly about them to your daughter, so make sure that anything that is...

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where can i find missouri laws on obtaining family propertys?

A:  The following is just general information: http://agebb.missouri.edu/agtax/issues/estgift/probate.pdf...

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How Can i keep off my in laws from my family?

A:  Put your pants on you wuss... And tell then to back of......

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Are social security laws in adoptive families catching up with new family types?

A:  If the couple was never legally married, then social security will not recognize the relationship. Each state has its own definition of what is considered a ''legal marriage'' so who is, or is not, ''married'' will vary by state. No I don''t think so but this question would better be asked directly to SS. Not really. Its like child trafficking within adoption. Everyone knows it wrong but they turn a blind eye to it unless its affecting them....