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1 financial support inquiry on Thu Feb 17, 2011 6:36 pm

Kohana1018


Arresto Menor
i have a 2 yr old kid with my bf for 3yrs but the name of the kid is under my name, the kid is with me suddenly the bf left us and i want to have financial support fr my ex-bf how can i do that? how much do you think i should ask? do i need to have a lawyer present in signing the agreement? thanks

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2 Re: financial support inquiry on Fri Feb 18, 2011 11:09 pm

attyLLL


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is your bf willing to support the child and sign an agreement? did he sign the birth certificate or issue an affidavit of acknowledgment?


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3 Re: financial support inquiry on Sat Feb 19, 2011 4:39 pm

Kohana1018


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verbally he agreed to support for 2,000PHP per payday which is as we know not enough.but now he doesn't seem to want to support the kid. I want him to sign an agreement to security purposes and be escorted by a police becasue he is very dangerous person. you can talk to him civilly. no, he didn't sign the birth certificate and i didn't know that an affidavit of acknowledgement is existed.

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4 Re: financial support inquiry on Mon Feb 21, 2011 5:49 pm

attyLLL


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if you can convince him to sign an agreement, then better, but if not, you can file a petition for filiation and support at the family where the child resides.

some mothers are successful in filing a criminal case of economic abuse even if there is no filiation established but I am against this practice.


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