If you are married to a good guy who is a great father why would you want someone else?
Probably because you want a husband, not a father, and from your question I assume he's not so great in that category. You should work on improving this relationship rather than looking outside for whatever is missing.
He maybe a good guy, a great father, but obviously he is missing something when it comes to you. Is he emotionally there for you? Physically there for you?
Most affairs, emotional or physical start because we are not getting something from our boyfriends/girlfriends or spouses. Many time we take for granted what we have. Its so easy to give a coworker, a friend, neighbor, our attention, time, because we dont want to be rude or seem uncaring. Like the saying says, "you hurt the ones you love". We sometimes give strangers, friends more of our time than we do our loved ones. I dont understand it either, but unfortuately we do.
If you value your marriage, seek a counselor. Obviously you are not getting everything you need from your husband.
Can a step mom that has been raising the kids for 5 years have a say so in court The father and I are not married yet we Live in Cali?
No. An you are not the step mother if you aren't married to their father. You would have no standing in any case involving the children. No. An you are not the step mother if you aren't married to their father. You would have no standing in any case involving the children. No. An you are not the step mother if you aren't married to their father. You would have no standing in any case…
Your mother and father were married in 1964 but he has been out of the picture for almost thirty-nine years are they still considered married?
Can your exwife get child support if the child is not yours but you were married to her but separated when she had the child?
If you are married to stepfather but have joint custody with father and you die can you leave kids in custody of stepfather instead of father against his wishes?
A biological father is the father of the child. A step-father is not. If the step-father has legally adopted the child that is not his when married then yes, he would have to pay support. If not married and the child is not his then no, he does not have to pay child support, but he may have to go to court to resolve the matter.
What cousin would you be if your great great great grandfather is the father of your spouse's great grandmother?
No. In the United States you can only be legally married to one person. If you wish to marry another, you must end your marriage via a court decree through a divorce procedure. If you married a person who was already married your "marriage" would have no legal effect whatsoever. You would remain unmarried.
vicars probably could get married to someone of another religion. everyone should be able to choose who they get married to. however, they probably would not want to get married to someone of another religion as then they would probably want marry someone of their own religion so that they could show god that they were sticking to their own religion.
Can mother put biological father's name on birth certificate if they are not married and he does not sign?
If you're in the US, no, she cannot just list him on the birth certificate without him being involved in the process (he normally has to sign a separate form acknowledging paternity) Only the father can sign his name to the birth certificate, but he is able to do so regardless of whether they are married unless the mother is married to someone else. In that case the husband of the mother would have to…
If a mother has grown kids and she gets married to a man whose not their real father is he consider their father in law?
Who has the ownership of a mother's ashes after 5 years the husband or the daughter the husband and the daughter are not related?
A child may be adopted by someone else whether or not the biological parents are alive. If they are alive permission is required. Much depends on who is the legal guardian. Consulting a solicitor/lawyer would be advisable. In the case mentioned in the question, the step-father can adopt as he is married to the biological mother.
your father is your father and your fathers mother is your grandmother and her sister is your great aunt and your grandmas brother is your great uncle and since their brother and sisters their mom is your great grandma your great grandmas father is your great great grandpa and his sister is your great great great aunt and her baby would probably (i think) be either your 3rd cousin