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1 child abandonment on Mon Jul 18, 2011 8:25 pm

kutingnikulot


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ilang buwan/years po ba pwde mag file ng abandonment?
kapag nakapag file na po ba ng abandonment ang full custody ng bata ay mapupunta sa parent n nag file ng abandonment?

mag kakaron pa din po ba ng karapatan ang parent n nag abandon sa bata?
pano po ang legal process ng abandonment?

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2 Re: child abandonment on Tue Jul 19, 2011 10:53 pm

attyLLL


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are the parents married? with whom is the child, mother or father? how old is the child?


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3 Re: child abandonment on Wed Jul 20, 2011 12:13 am

kutingnikulot


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kasal po kami, pero nung nag hiwalay po kami ng husband ko mga 8 months ago na po nakakalipas. ako na po ang nagsusustento sa anak ko na 3 yrs old.

lahat po ng gastos sa anak ko solo ko pong sinasagot dahil ayaw po mag bigay ng asawa ko.

ngyun po nasa parents ko dahil ofw po ako.

ilang buwan po ba masasabing abandonment na ang ginawa nya?
chaka once po ba n nag file ako ng abandonment my karapatan pa din po ba cya sa bata?

maraming salamat po.

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4 Re: child abandonment on Wed Jul 20, 2011 6:33 pm

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there is a presumption of abandonment after 3 months. removal of right to custody or visitation is not automatic.


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5 Re: child abandonment on Mon Aug 15, 2011 1:09 am

kutingnikulot


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sa case ko po na ito, pwde po ba kong mag file ng legal separation?

magiging edge ko po ba ito para sa abndonment ng asawa ko s anak ko.

salamat po

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6 Re: child abandonment on Mon Aug 15, 2011 11:15 pm

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it can be,but note legal separation will not allow you to remarry. on the other hand, there may be no basis for annulment.


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7 Re: child abandonment on Sun Mar 11, 2012 8:28 am

JADE23


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Good day!
How are you?
I just read the discussion you had with the subject above.
I am an illegitimate child and my father went to US on Dec 2004 through Lola's petition.
Around November 2006, he stop supporting us and stopped communicating with us.
His parents used to hang up on us whenever we try to call them.
I went to my half-sister last year and gave me a false hope that they will help us and give us the new contact number of our father.
And just this morning when I rang them, she told me that she does not want to give Papa's number to us and that Lola does not allow/want Papa to communicate with us anymore. I said I'm Papa's child as well but they stood their ground that they don't want to give Papa's number in US.
We don't know Papa's number and address in US.
I have younger siblings age 8, 15, and 22. Me and my sister did not get a 4-yr degree course and my mother does not have a stable job to support us.
I hope you can help us what to do..
Thank you.

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8 Re: child abandonment on Sun Mar 18, 2012 1:01 am

attyLLL


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i recommend you look for a support group in the US who can give legal aid. if here, you can file economic abuse against him at prosecutor's office.


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