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My mother in law is making a big deal about my BFF marrying an Chinese guy.?

A:  Yeah stand up for your friend tell her its none of her Business and to keep her mouth shut. well i''m not suggesting what to do but if it were me i would just ignore her unless she was actually talking to them about it...she''ll eventually slow down in the complaining and be more tolerable but if it''s too much to handle then you''ve got to make that decision for yourself. I would be a lot more concerned if they are from different religious backgrounds than different cultures. I think she is just being racist against Asians. What you told her is fine. Tell her to back off and mind her own business. What BFF does is only an issue between her and her B/F (fiancee). If MIL doesn''t like it she can stuff it....

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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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How do I get my in-laws to accept my offer to go into family therapy? My sister-in-law needs it the most.?

A:  You know they most likely won''t accept the therapy, and basically deny there is a problem. However, only you can change the way you react to your sis-in-law. If possible, just have as little contact with her as you can. I know you''ll see the ''results of her shenanigans'' through your MIL and FIL. However, stay strong, keep in touch with the family, and remember only you can control yourself and actions. You are very kind, but don''t expect these folks to go into counseling willingly... it would probably take a court order....

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What rights do my children have over deceased grandfathers property as my mother in law has inherited it all.?

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Beening kicked out of room by mother-in-law

A:  You didn't post your state as requested?  Details and states do matter.   In many states an invited guest can be tossed w/o notice.  And in some states even a boarder is not a tenant or a boarder is subject to much fewer protections that a true tenant in tenants own dwelling unit .   Other places long term guests look and smell like tenants..................   Go read your state law on L-T issues! 1. What state do you live in? 2. Have you paid any rent to the mother? Ever?...

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Ex-husband owes Ex-mother-in-law money--Q

A:  Originally Posted by judy15 My ex-husband owes my mother money from when he got laid off he asked for a loan from her to help pay our bills. It was verbally understood that he would have to pay back this money when he got a job. Almost a year later he got a job but never paid my mother. We are now going through a divorce and he has been paying my mother back. I have a letter that he signed stating how much he owes her and how much he agreed to pay each month until the amount is paid. It is signed by him but it is not notarized. I would like to know if that letter is legit in court. He has threaten to not pay that amount to pay less can he do that? You owe half that debt to your mom. If your husband is smart...

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Father-Child custody/ seperate from mother/Florida law--Q

A:  First things first, was paternity actually ever established? You need to file for custody of the boy. Until this is done, either of you have rights to the child. I am hoping you signed the paperwork for the child when he was born. I would be calling legal aid ASAP to see if she can help you. Or some attorney or fathers rights groups. If you have to, go down to the court house and see if there is a family law fascilitator you can speak with that can assist you in filing for custody. Secondly, you have to understand she is mom and she does have rights. There is a chance you cannot secure custody. You can certainly ask for joint. Even if joint custody was ordered, she would have an extremely difficult time moving out of state with the...

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laws and Ethics on Harassment at work?

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Is there a form I can use to set a time frame for my mother-in-law to move her mobile home?

A:  You can create a lease and provide for $1 rent....

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mother in law taking photos

A:  yes buffalobills: buffalobills: An expired registration tag says virtually nothing about whether you are a good or bad parent. If you ex attempts to introduce this matter into family court, I would not expect that most family court judges will give it that much consideration....