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May anak ako sa may asawa.huli na lahat na nalaman ko.

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Arresto Menor
Hi.need an advice here.iiklian ko na lang yung kwento. May anak ako sa isang may asawang lalaki,ngayon nung nagkatrabaho na yung ama ng anak ko,wala na syang gana pa magparamdam at magbigay ng sustento sa anak namin.kailangan na kailangan ko pa nman ngayon financial support nya kasi hindi pa ako nakapasok ng trabaho,mag 5months old pa lang anak nmin this coming 29, at hindi po alam ng pamilya nya na may anak kami,balak ko sana ipaalam sa kanila thru Facebook kasi kilala ko naman lahat ng family member nya.wala akong balak guluhin marriage life nya.ang akin lang sustento ng anak namin.

May karapatan ba akong magpadala ng demand letter sa kanya? Kahit kabit lang ako? Inaknowledge nya po anak namin eh,naka apilyedo talaga sa kanya.ang nangyayari kasi ngayon parang ako pa tinatakot nya pag ipaalam ko daw sa pamilya nya eh ako pa daw mapapahiya at magugulo buhay ko pag ginawa ko daw yun.

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Katrina288


Reclusion Perpetua
Hi,

Since the father has acknowledged your child as his, the father has the obligation to provide child support for the living expenses (diapers, milk, vitamins, clothing, etc.), educational expenses, and medical expenses (check up, vaccinations, etc.).

Yes, you can send a demand letter to him. Although your child is illegitimate, the father still has the obligation to provide financial support.

regards,

Atty. Katrina

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technified_ex


Prision Correccional
You try to talk again with your husband regarding the support so as not to create a scandal between you and the family of your husband. And inform him, that by all means, the law compels him to give support. If he is still that stubborn, then give the demand letter for support in person, and remind him that the next letter will be send by the court itself.

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