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Questions to ask you for school report

A:  (Consumer) Date: 9/9/2008 10:26:13 PM Member Since: 9/9/2008 State: CA Would it be smart for a mother, not to list father on a birth certificate, if the father does not know about the child's. Is this the only way the mother can avoid a child custody dispute, with the father. Is this advice that a lawyer would give a mother. (Consumer) Date: 9/9/2008 10:34:43 PM Member Since: 9/9/2008 State: CA Is this done all the time, for this reason alone? According to the US State department, a child does not need father consent to get a US Passport, if there is no paternity suit going on in the court, if the father is not listed, on the Birth certificate. Is this correct? "Does a US State like New York, or California, or US Federal have legal...

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Denied the right to see my son--Q

A:  Originally Posted by Trace I was wondering if it is legal for my wife to deny me the right to see my son? We are still married & have not takin any legal actions like seperation, divorce, or custody battle. I''m stationed in Virginia for the military & she''s living with her aunt, uncle, & new boyfriend. With us still being completely legaly married & my name on the birth certificete I should have all legal rights to see my son. She is telling me I cant see him until the courts order it & that''ll take to long. I will be deploying soon & would like to at least get him for the weekend or the time I''m on leave. What legal actions can I take aside from taking it to court to get her to let...

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Foreign father is not allowed to talk to his son

A:  I'm not clear on how the first step is so fuzzy for your friend. He should first be talking with a family law attorney in Ukraine. Note that you don't mention what the Ukraine court system had to say about custody-visitation at the time of divorce, or whether V bothered to address this. "In 2000 .... But M. has never come back and lived in the states ever since." Sounds like your friend went along with this unexpected turn of events for a number of yeras. If a custody-visitation order exists via Ukraine court system, V would want to talk with a family law attorney in CA local to where the child lives to seek his return to Ukraine. He really shouldn't have sat on this...

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is marriage real

A:  First of all how old are these people and you. This can't be a real question You have a friend that's engaged to a "fella" who's still married to her first husband..... And the "fella" is also marry to a girl....what is it again that any of you are confused about. Everybody is marry. Either you are marry or divorced no if's and's or but's about it. Out of all three of yall nobody could or can figure this out. probably avoid being a responder here. :) As for the poster, his first marriage would likely be invalid-null and void *if* the "wife" was truly already married and had not been divorced. He should talk with a local family

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Duty on candles imported for commercial purposes

A:  Candles are provided for under Heading 3406 in the Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) as duty-free, if made in a country that has normal trade relations status with the united states. However, countries that do not have normal trade relations status are required to pay duty. Be aware, there is an anti-dumping case on certain candles made in China, which means anti-dumping duties have to be paid to Customs and Border Protection (CBP) upon importation. To find out if the candles you intend to import are subject to the anti-dumping duties, contact an Import Specialist at one of our ports of entry....

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married but my name isn''t on the title of the house

A:  If anything should happen to your husband...full ownership would go to the brother....you would be entitled to nothing if your name is not on the deed. Sounds like you are mixing issues here. Health benefits: After you got married all your husband had to do is add you to his health benefits at his job. Most jobs require proof of marriage and proof of birth for the children. Yes, if they put you on the title without additional documentation you would be entitled to 1/3 however that is not what you are asking for. Since the house is half your husbands'' and half your bother-in-laws''. You should be entitled to half of your husbands share. Which would equal 1/4 of the house. I''m no real estate expert but I''m 90% sure its possible to...

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Do people really need to get married?

A:  Just live together . It is only a piece of paper and a man written law at that. People didn''t get married years before man made this law. Then he makes money dissolving the law. What a joke. Its about commitment rather than the big day - or rather it SHOULD be about commitment - maybe thats why so many fail heh ? xxx absolutely not and the divorce costs more than the big day in the end Not in my opinion. I''m glad I was married when I had my daughter because of societal stigmas, but I doubt I will ever do it again. i personally didnt have the big day.we got married in a park at 7pm with only 2 people there.then we...

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My wife go to USA, but she is using her maiden name, she is legally married to me?

A:  If there was no divorce then she is still married to you. The embassy has better things to do than deal with this issue. Contact a lawyer if you need help. Just because she went to the USA does not mean she broke the law. Using your madien name is not legal - not all married woman take their husbands name. just leave it be you have a child to worry about and that is the only thing that matters. Forgive and forget as this person is no longer your concern. Get on with living a happier life and setting an example for the child. Why did you wait so long? Regardless, you should contact the US embassy where she applied for her visa. Either she made a false statement of a...

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Can i marry a woman with a child before her divorce and then apply for it?

A:  I''m pretty sure bigamy is illegal in India, so no. No, it is illegal that way. You will be putting yourself and the woman into a lot of trouble, as bigamy is a crime in India. Get her divorced first and then marry her. Your marriage will be considered valid only if she is legally divorced. I am sure there are no laws that will prevent you from having a wedding ceremony but I believe for you to register with the County, City or Province she will need to be divorce before you can apply for a marriage certificate. hey mate. yep she has to divorce before you two can legaly marry. hope it all goes well, marriage is one of the best things you can experience in life so...

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married in Mexico before 1 year waiting period

A:  Before anything else, thanks for writing me at Allexperts.com. You need file for a divorce. Your new "marriage" is not valid. Your name never changed under Mexican law. If you want keep your "new marriage", you can file for a divorce and with your divorce sentence request for a revalidation and that is all. Any doubt or another question, let me know it please. Thank you very much for visiting me at AllExperts.com....