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lets live in peace... irresponsible father

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1 lets live in peace... irresponsible father on Wed May 30, 2012 1:11 pm

walter white


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Good day Atty.
My parents has been living separately for almost 14 years he left us while my siblings and I are all minors with no support or whatsover.and live with another woman and their illegitimate child theyve been separated now,and has a new woman living with him (currently is pregnant)in the old house that we have w/c is about 10mtrs away from were we (my mother and my siblings live). the proerty was aquirred by my parents when they were still together from my grand father however there is no proof or legal docs to prove it and my father claims that he inherited the property.

1. Is there a way to drive them out far away from our house as this is so embarrasing for me my mother and my siblings (all of us of legal age ).what should we do and how?.
2. what case should be filed.
3. my mother filed a case before 4 yrs ago, violence against women and their but wasnt able to pursue becasue she suffered a heart attack.
For us what we want to happen is for him to live away from us and not bother us anymore permanently as there is no point of reconcillation, and to avoid embarrasment and humiliation and secure the property for me and my siblings.


Thanking you in advance Godbless
--walt

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concepab


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walter white wrote:Good day Atty.
My parents has been living separately for almost 14 years he left us while my siblings and I are all minors with no support or whatsover.and live with another woman and their illegitimate child theyve been separated now,and has a new woman living with him (currently is pregnant)in the old house that we have w/c is about 10mtrs away from were we (my mother and my siblings live). the proerty was aquirred by my parents when they were still together from my grand father however there is no proof or legal docs to prove it and my father claims that he inherited the property.

1. Is there a way to drive them out far away from our house as this is so embarrasing for me my mother and my siblings (all of us of legal age ).what should we do and how?.
2. what case should be filed.
3. my mother filed a case before 4 yrs ago, violence against women and their but wasnt able to pursue becasue she suffered a heart attack.
For us what we want to happen is for him to live away from us and not bother us anymore permanently as there is no point of reconcillation, and to avoid embarrasment and humiliation and secure the property for me and my siblings.


Thanking you in advance Godbless
--walt

the fact that they are living together the that other woman is pregnant is a strong evidence for a concubinage. but only your mother can file such case.



Last edited by concepab on Wed May 30, 2012 9:15 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : worng spelling)

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3 Re: lets live in peace... irresponsible father on Sat Jun 02, 2012 10:03 am

attyLLL


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yes, the first question is whether your mother is willing to take legal action.


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walter white


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thanks

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walter white


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can we his children file this case since my mother is still recovering from her illness

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