The purpose of an application for parentage order is to seek court orders to transfer parentage of the child from the surrogate (and surrogate’s partner) to the intended parents. Intended parents need to file their application for parentage order at court within the first month and the sixth month after your child is born. While […]
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If you are signing documents for property or business transactions in the United States of America, you need to make sure that you satisfy the specific legal requirements for the US relating to that specific state or county. Generally, this will mean that you need to have the documents notarised by a notary public. Notaries […]
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It is not everyday that we wonder if our children are really our children, but part of the complexity of estate law is that words can take on a variety of meanings. For example, the term children does not take on the same definition in estate law as every day use. Further, the term issue […]