DO I have a case? Part II


#1

your name, your property. If you’re not married. You can take you and your child anywhere you choose, he has no “legal” ground to stop you. Afterwards, you have to prove that you are better suited for the childs best interests. Ie… primary care giver. Look up child custody laws for NC.


#2

Dear anonymous:

Greetings. I do not see a question. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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#3

I’d like to add that mortgage is in my name because he couldn’t get a mortgage with his expired visa but promised me he’d refinance in his or both our names as soon as he was able but never did. Luckily, he has been paying the mortgage the whole time. I do work full time as well however still will not be able to afford the mortgage.

Thanks.