What standing did Zorro's father have?
Zorro is a fictional character and has no family so there is no information about parents.
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As Ben Franklin so famously said "We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately." The founding fathers literally put their lives on the line to take a stand against King George. Many of them lost families, homes, fortunes and more in order to take a stand and help to create… the United States. ( Full Answer )
They stood strongly together and focused on other democracys that have failed and also concentrated on their weaknesses pointing them out to the disbeleivers and trying to change those mistakes so the United States didn't fail. Benjamen Franklin used his printing press and his developed writing ski…lls to express and promote his ideas. He also belonged to the Junto - a group of friends who met, debated, discussed, and traded information. ( Full Answer )
How can a 14-year-old tell her parents she might be pregnant if they will kick her out and the baby's father is 25 years old and it was a one-night stand?
Answer . You say you only "might" be pregnant. The absolute first thing you do is go to a drugstore where nobody knows you and buy a home pregnancy test. You follow the instructions on the pack to the letter and you find out for sure before you do anything else. If you turn out not to be pregnant…, be careful how you dispose of the packaging. Dump it in a public trashcan far from your home or school. That way you don't worry your parents needlessly.. If you turn out to be pregnant and you seriously think your parents will throw you out of the house, then before you do anything else, you need to find yourself a source of support. You're going to have a lot of tough decisions ahead and you're going to need help making them, not to mention financial support! Are there any members of your extended family who you think will be more sympathetic than your parents? Do you have an aunt or older cousin who could help you break the news to them and give you a place to stay if your parents do react the way you suspect? If not is there any responsible adult whom you can tell your secret to, who won't be legally obliged to tell your parents straight away? Find out what the rules are regarding guidance counsellors in your state. Could they be a source of support? Is there a charity hotline that you could ring anonymously for advice?. The day before you tell your parents, pack a bag with some essentials and stash it in your school locker or at a friend's house. That way you're prepared in case the worst happens. Depending on your parents, it might be better to write them a letter first. That way they have time to read it, absorb your news and decide how they're going to react before you arrive and discuss it in person. If you just spring it on them, they're going to react with disbelief and anger first. Those are just natural reactions; they'll probably say things they don't mean.. You should also gather your courage and talk to your one-night-stand. Depending on the age of consent laws where you live, he could be convicted of rape, since he's so much older than you. If your parents get angry enough, they might take legal action against him and you need to decide if that's something you want or not. Talk to him before you tell your parents his name.. Good luck with everything. ( Full Answer )
Why did El Zorro have the same last name as his wife Elena's birth father. The old Zorro's name is Alejandro de la Vega. In the Legend of Zorro Elena's father name was Diego de la Vega?
There are several problems with writing a history of Don Diego De La Vega, better known as El Zorro. In this case the problem comes, not from too little information, but from too much. Since Johnston McCully wrote The Curse of Capistrano in 1918, there has been a small flood of sequels and retelling…s of the legend of the masked rider. Unfortunately, these different versions have usually been created with little concern to remaining true to what has come before. Even the stories of Zorro creator McCully are filled with numerous inconsistencies. This raises a number of problems for any biographer, particularly when setting the date of the stories. Most versions follow the original Walt Disney series, which was set in the 1820s. This is true of the silent film The Mark of Zorro starring Douglas Fairbanks, the Topps Comics series, and all of the television versions. While widely agreed on though, this date may actually be a little late from a historical perspective. Mexico won its independence from Spain, and control of California in 1820. Most Zorro stories make reference to California being a Spanish possession and this argues for an earlier date. McCully is not a great deal of help, for his California combines aspects of several historical periods. He gives partial dates in several stories, stating that Zorro Rides Again takes place "...in "17ï¿½," and The Sign of Zorro "...about 1800..." However, in The Curse of Capistrano, Fray Felipe complains that the secularization of the missions has been going on for twenty years. If this is true, the story would be set in the mid-1850's. A solid date shows up in the serial Zorroï¿½s Fighting Legion, which is set in 1824. Legion involves Zorro with the early government of Benito Juarez, and could hardly have occurred at any other time. Using this as an anchor, the most likely time-line would be that set out in the movie The Mask of Zorro, in which Diego first became Zorro in 1806. In putting forth the following chronology, I have tried to reconcile as many versions of the Zorro story as possible while staying true to the legend. I have found Sandra Curtisï¿½ excellent book, Zorro Unmasked: The Authorized History, to be extremely helpful, and recommend it highly to all Zorro fans. I would be happy to hear from anyone who has any comments or corrections on my speculations. A Chronology of Zorro 1781 The pueblo of Riena de Los Angeles is founded. Don Alejandro de la Vega and his wife Chiquita de la Cruz come to California. 1782 Don Diego de la Vega is born (Diego is 24 in the first story) - he is the son of Don Alejandro and Chiquita. Diegoï¿½s mother dies sometime during his childhood, and he is sent to Madrid to complete his education. (Chiquita's death is established in the McCully stories and repeated in the Disney series and elsewhere. Chiquita's appearance in the 1940 movie The Mark of Zorro is fictitious.) 1788 Lolita Pulido is born (Lolita is 18 in the first story.) 1806 Diego returns to find that his father, who had been alcalde, has been replaced by the corrupt Luis Quintero. Quintero and the brutal garrison commander, Captain Juan Ramon, are exploiting the peasants, the priests, and the Indians. Diego poses as a harmless fop so that he can battle Quintero and Ramon in the guise of El Zorro. (The Curse of Capistrano, filmed several times as The Mark of Zorro, The Bold Caballero, and other titles.) Quintero's name is revealed in the 1940 version of The Mark of Zorro but the idea that he is Lolita's father is fictitious.) Diego defeats his enemies, and is set to marry Lolita, but a vengeful Ramon enlists the aid of the pirate Bardosa, and Zorro must defeat them before the marriage can take place. (The Further Adventures of Zorro by McCully.) 1806 -1809 Lolitaï¿½s health fails, and she is taken back to Spain for a three year recuperation. Diego continues to ride as Zorro, and most of the McCully short stories published in West magazine occur during this time. This is also the period when the episodes of the Disney Zorro television series occur. Zorro's main nemesis during these early years is Capitï¿½n Monastario. 1807 (Approximate date) Don Diegoï¿½s maternal uncle, Estevan de la Cruz, comes to Los Angeles to seek his fortune. He is discouraged in his dishonest efforts by Zorro and leaves California. (As seen in the Disney television series Zorro.) 1809 Diego travels to the Old World to retrieve his bride. While in France, he has an adventure with the descendants of Athos, Porthos, Aramis, and D'Artagnan (New World Zorro television series episode, "The Three Musketeers.") He also encounters the vampire Dracula in Spain and France. (This story appears in the Topps Comics miniseries Dracula vs. Zorro. The year 1809 seems likely, for Zorro had reason and opportunity to travel to Spain then. In 1810 a wave of revolutions through Mexico and Latin America made travel to Spain rare and difficult.) Diego returns to California with Lolita and retires as Zorro to prepare for his wedding. Unfortunately, a false Zorro appears and and the real Zorro is accused of the impostor's crimes. The true Zorro rides again to thwart the plot (Zorro Rides Again by McCully). Diego and Lolita wed. Sadly, Lolitaï¿½s health is still fragile and she dies of a fever after only a season. Don Estevan settles somewhere in the American West and marries a rich young widow. The couple has a daughter who will marry an American named Stewart. Their son will be Jeff Stewart, the hero of the Republic serial The Son of Zorro. (This account is not found in any of the Zorro stories. It is my own hypothesis to explain Jeff Stewartï¿½s assertion that Zorro was a distant relative on his motherï¿½s side.) 1810 Diego is still in mourning for Lolita when Zorro must ride again (The Sign of Zorro by McCully). During the course of this adventure he meets, and becomes engaged to, Panchita Canchola. Diego marries Panchita, and goes into a semi-retirement retires as Zorro, riding only when absolutely needed. 1811 (Approximate date) Panchita dies giving birth to a son, Don Cesar de la Vega. 1812 Diego dons the mask of Zorro once again to challenge further depredations by Capitï¿½n Monastario. The events of the Topps Comics ongoing Zorro series, which lasted eleven issues. The comics fall under the umbrella title Zorro's Renegades, and introduces the character Lady Rawhide, who goes on to lead in two comics mini-series of her own. For more on Lady Rawhide, click here. 1815 The events of Zorro and the Jaguar Warriors by Jerome Preisler, a novel published in 1998. Zorro and the Dragon Riders by David Bergantino, published in 1999. Zorro and the Witch's Curse by John Whitman, published in 2000. 1820 Mexico wins its independence from Spain. The events of Tusk Envy and Dead Body Rising by Don McGregor and Thomas Yeates, from Zorro: The Dailies - The First Year. 1821 California is the last territory to accept independence from Spain. Ironically, Mexican rule will eventually prove to be harsher than Spanish rule for the Californios. 1824 Diego becomes involved in thwarting a plot against Mexican president Guadalupe Victoria involving a man posing as the Yacqui Indian deity "Don del Oro." He resumes his identity as Zorro, this time enlisting a legion of masked caballeros as his allies. (The Republic serial Zorro's Fighting Legion. In the movie, the Mexican President is wrongly identified as Benito Juarez. Actually Juarez was not president until 1861-72.) Diego returns home to find Los Angeles suffering under the boot of the harsh new presidio commandante Rafael Montero. Zorro becomes Montero's enemy and Diego becomes Montero's rival for the affections of a woman named Esperanza. (Montero and Esperanza appear in the movie The Mask of Zorro, though the dates the movie lists are incorrect, as the entries for the Murieta brothers will show. Furthermore, Montero ultimately answers to Mexico, not Spain, as stated in the film.) 1830 (Approximate date) Diego takes on Don Cesar as an "apprentice Zorro." (A highly fictionalized version of this period was seen in the television series Zorro and Son with Don Cesar's name erroneously reported as Don Carlos.) This is also probably the year that famed bandit Joaquin Murieta was baptized. (Joaquin and his younger brother Alejandro are important characters in the movie The Mask of Zorro.) 1832 (Approximate date) Don Cesar travels to Spain and becomes involved in a tangled intrigue. Diego travels to Spain to help clear him of the murder of an archduke. (The movie Don Q, Son of Zorro.) 1833 (Approximate date) Diego returns from Spain and marries Esperanza. Montero is convinced that he is really Zorro, but cannot prove it. 1834 A daughter, Elena, is born to Diego and Esperanza. 1835 California revolts against Mexican rule and Montero is forced to flee to Spain, but not before a final conflict with Zorro. Esperanza is killed, Diego is imprisoned, the de la Vega hacienda burns, and Montero takes Elena to be raised as his own daughter. (This occurs in the prelude of the movie The Mask of Zorro, but the date of 1821 given in the movie is fictitious. The Murieta brothers had not even been born in 1821, but they're featured as young boys in the movie's opening scenes.) (Approximate date) Jeff Stewart, is born. Jeff is the grandson of Don Estevan de la Cruz, and thus is Don Diego's 2nd cousin. Don Cesar marries Dolores de Muro (the love interest from "Don Q"). Don Cesar is informed that Diego, Esperanza and Elena have been killed in a fire at the de la Vega hacienda. With nothing to return to California for, he remains in Spain with his bride. 1849 There is a huge influx of Americans into California following the discovery of gold at Sutter's Mill. 1853 Joaquin Murieta and "Three Fingered Jack" are killed by Captain Harrison Love, though Alejandro survives. Montero returns to California with a plan to carve out a kingdom for himself. Diego escapes from prison and trains Alejandro Murieta to be the next Zorro. The two of them defeat Montero and Love, though Diego is fatally wounded in the conflict. (The Mask of Zorro.) The events of the novel The Treasure of Don Diego by William McCay. Alejandro, when not riding as the new Zorro, is known by the name Alejandro del Castillo y Garcia. At the end of the novel, Alejandro, in accordance with Don Diego's will, changes his name to Alejandro de la Vega and inherits the de la Vega estate. The novel Skull and Crossbones by Frank Lauria. The novel The Secret Swordsman by William McCay. Later in the year, Elena and Alejandro are married. 1854 (Approximate date) Elena and Alejandro have a son, named Joaquin after his uncle. Eventually the stigma of a Spanish name in the growing American community prompts the couple to change their name to Mason. Joaquin grows up using the nick-name 'Ken' that his classmates give him. (He will eventually become the hero of the serial The Ghost of Zorro. Though she is never mentioned in either Mask or Ghost, Joaquin has a younger sister named Isabella. She is a necessary addition to the family to explain the connection of Barbara Meredith and her brother.) 1855 (Approximate date) Don Ramon de la Vega is born to Don Cesar. His brother, Don Manuel will be born several years later. (The brothers are born about twenty years after the wedding of Don Cesar and Dolores, so they may be the product of a second marriage. Even with this late date, Don Ramon would be about fifty-five when his son James was born and Don Manuel would be about seventy five when he appeared as a character in the serial Zorro Rides Again.) 1865 Jeff Stewart returns home from the Civil War. Finding his hometown overrun by outlaws and corrupt politicians, Jeff takes on the guise of Zorro to fight for justice. (The Republic serial Son of Zorro.) 1871 (Approximate date) Barbara Meredith is born. She is the daughter of Isabella Mason and her husband, an American named Meredith, who takes the family to the Idaho territory. Barbara is Don Diego's great-granddaughter, and she has an older brother, Randy, who was born in 1870. 1875 (Approximate date) Joaquin 'Ken' Mason, the grandson of Don Diego, takes on the guise of Zorro to battle outlaws and to complete a telegraph line. (The Republic serial The Ghost of Zorro.) 1889 Barbara Meredith, great-granddaughter of Don Diego, dons the Zorro-like guise of "the Whip" to battle criminals trying to prevent Idaho from becoming a state. (Barbara's brother Randy had been the original Whip. When he was killed by the outlaws in the first installment, Barbara took over the role and, eventually, defeated the villains. The republic serial Zorro's Black Whip.) 1910 (Approximate date) James Vega is born. He is the son of Don Ramon, the grandson of Don Cesar, and the great-grandson of Don Diego. James spends his boyhood on the ancestral de la Vega land, but leaves to attend school in the city (New York?) at a young age. When we first meet him in the serial Zorro Rides Again, he has no discernible accent, and his name has been shortened to Vega. Possibly Don Ramon urged James to insure his success by taking steps to blend in with the dominant Anglo culture. 1935 (Approximate date) Diego's great-grandson, James Vega, leaves his job in the city and returns to his ancestral home. Adopting the guise of Zorro, he thwarts a gang of villains who are plotting to gain control of the new railroad under construction. (The Republic serial Zorro Rides Again.) James' father has died sometime before the story begins, and Don Miguel will soon be killed by outlaws. Don Miguel says that James is the last living descendant of the original Zorro, but it is possible that he doesn't count the Meredith, Stewart and Mason branches of the family since they do not carry the de la Vega name. ( Full Answer )
Can a father legally sign away parental rights without going to court and it stand up if he changes his mind?
Answer . \nAll relinquishment of parental rights must be done in accordance with the state laws through prescribed court procedure. The voluntary termination of parental rights is permanent once the court has granted the decree. Voluntary TPR is generally allowed only for the child(ren) to be el…igible for adoption. \n. \nOne exception to legal procedures is if the birth mother resides in a state which has established "safe haven" laws. If such is the case the mother may surrender her newborn within a specified amount of time at a qualified medical facility (preferably a hospital) without the necessity of the legal process. Safe Haven laws have been implemented to prevent the abandonment or abuse of newborns. Laws vary in safe haven states the specified maximum ages for relinquishment can be from birth to one week to ninety days. ( Full Answer )
In the state of Michigan can a father sign away his parental rights without it going to court and it stand up in court if he changes his mind?
Answer . \nThe termination of parental rights must be done through the state's established legal procedures. There are specific requirements that must be met before a parent is allowed to relinquish parental rights. A voluntary TPR when granted or one that has been mandated by the court due to ch…ild abuse and/or neglect is generally considered permanent, unless the court order allows exceptions to the established law(s). ( Full Answer )
Why is a Narcissistic father so obsessed with his children that he can't stand to be away from them?
Advice - Personal Experience . \nI am answering this, using my own experience so please take that in to account. My Father was a Pathological Narcissist and I am the oldest of two brothers. From the moment I was born he resented my presence, of course it is normal for a young child to have 'needs…' but not in the eyes of a Narcissist. My Grandparents (on my Mother's side) tried to intervene, when I used to come back 'bashed and bruised' at the age of 24 months when he would take me for walks on his own. Basically he would just watch me wander off in to danger or trouble and laugh when I would fall over or get hurt. Needless to say the intervention by my Grandparents led to them being swiftly ostrecised. My Mother was a mirror Narcissist and seemingly to her any amount of abuse was an acceptable price to be with such a man. Then when I was about 30 months old my brother arrived. From that moment on my Father took him under his wing and got great joy out of giving him all his attention while ignoring me. It seems from what I have read via many sources incling Dr. Sam Vaknin, that this is not unusual. Years later my brother proved an excellent source of Narcissistic Supply and my Father 'kept him on' while all but totally ignoring me. Narcissists love to be the centre of attention and causing pain and anguish is certainly in my experience the main way of doing it. My Fathers biggest fear is being on his own and losing my mother. Again from what I have read being abandoned is their biggest fear, so they actually believe this at some level to be inevitable, and in many ways they bring it upon themselves unless like my father they have a partner who is their polar oposite. \nOne very helpful book I have read that may shed some light is The Narcissistic Family - Diagnosis and Treatment, which I am sure you will find on amazon or similar. \nThe best advice I can give you which helped me survive and then go on to live a life I never knew possible is----- Get away, run away, get as far away as possible. They don't even deserve a minute of your thoughts per decade, using your energy and thinking to help yourself and leave them in their little nast world. ( Full Answer )
Information Technology. Answer If you are talking about computers 'IT' stands for information technology. Answer Used to refer to that one previously mentioned. Used of a nonhuman entity; an animate being whose sex is unspecified, unknown, or irrelevant; a group of objects or individuals; an …action; or an abstraction >>.in modern schools, it is ICT, which is Information Communication Technology. some call it TAS, which is Technology and Science. SEEYAS, Marbles 48............... ( Full Answer )
Father is a responsible person to which we develop our relationship to share everything. And as a kid to him, the father has very good responsibility to supply with all the required needs to the child. Have a look at the above link for more information, how a father responds, loves his child.
The bride always stands on the left and the bride's side of the church where family and parents sit is always the left side.
On this mountain stands a French-Pole's creation The creator was the father of two artists as well as a mountain-top wonder?
The Statue of Christ the Redeemer Stands at Top of Cordova Mountain Peak, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil on the continent of South America. The 710 meter mountain of Corcovado is crowned by the statue of Christ the Redeemer. The entire monument is 38 meters high with the statue accounting for 30m, the spa…n from finger tip to fingertip is 28m and there is a small chapel housed in the base. Also one of the seven wonders of the world.As a vantage point it offers superb views of downtown Rio de Janeiro,the bay, Sugarloaf Mountain and Copacabana and Ipanema Beaches. This statue was built in 1931 and it took five years to build. Its one of the worlds best-known and most-visited monuments. The statue represents Jesus standing with outstretched, welcoming arms and as well as being a potent symbol of Christianity, the statue has become an icon of the city. First idea for building a large religious monument was by Catholic priest Pedro Maria Boss which was completely dismissed in 1889, when Brazil became a Republic. The second proposal for a large landmark statue on the mountain was made in 1921 by the Archdiocese of Rio de Janeiro. He organised an event called Semana do Monumento ("Monument Week") to attract donations. Local engineer Heitor da Silva Costa was chosen to oversee the construction of the new monument, to be designed by a French monumental sculptor Paul Landowski. Decision was made to build the structure out of reinforced concrete instead of steel,and the outer layers of the statue out of Soapstone. The Corcovado Rack Railway was the only way to get the large pieces of the statue to the top of the mountain. The monument was inaugurated on October 12, 1931, by president GetÃºlio Vargas. On 12 october 2006 the statue was celebrating it''s 75 year birthday. ( Full Answer )
If your father had a will before his death, it will makes easier indealing with his estate. If there is no will, it could take yearsbefore things finally get settled.
There are several historical figures that have been proposed to bethe basis for the persona and exploits of Zorro. These includeJoaquin Murrieta, William Lamport, Estanislao, Saloman Pico, ManuelRodriguez Erdoiza, and Tiburcio Vasquez.
The main one, Tornado, was black, and was seen in the majority of the episodes. At the start of the second season Diego visited the city of Monterey and it would have been difficult to explain where Tornado came from when Diego became Zorro, so the writers introduced a new horse. This one, Phantom, …was white, and was given to Zorro by a dying soldier. It was never explained where Phantom was hidden or what became of him when Diego returned home to Los Angeles. ( Full Answer )
Italic it is a slanted writing off of bebo and wordpad and loads more !.x
\nlift up the lid permanently by removing it or gluing it to the main toilet body so if he sits down it hurts. or put a target in the loo to shoot at, if he hits the bulls eye which is only accessible by standing up (Unless he has a curly willy) give him a chocolate.
standing is easy all you have to do sit then stretch your legs PS hope this helps (A different type of stand is something you can put music sheets on so you can see them better.)
If you sleep with your boyfriend frequently n had a 1 night stand in same month who would likely be the father of my baby?
the one night stand cuz your body isn't used to that guy so it took it faster
You don't need to follow trends. Start your own trends. Wear all of the stuff nobody wears, like those concert t-shirts, funky bracelets and scarves! Say things that nobody else says, and have fun! Just dress how you feel; have fun; do something that no one else would ever think of but that does …not mean to go somewhere naked or anything. Also, take an interest in other people - such as asking them about themselves, and talk less about yourself, while doing this, look people in the eye-it shows true interest be kind and polite, and its scientifically proven that people's feel-good hormones elevate at the sound of their name, so make it a point to remember people's names and call them by their name. Lastly, always be unique. That's the main think that will make you stand out. ( Full Answer )
HIM stands for "His Infernal Majesty.". Health Information Management. (formerly "Medical Records " at Hospital or health clinic) I worked in "HIM" for 8 years.
It stands for Confederacy of Independent Systems It means the Separatists led by Count Dooku (or Darth/Lord Tyrannus) such as on Geonosis in episode 2. And yes Anikan/ Darth Vader was Luke Skywalker's father.
Because her father (Atticus) has just served Tom Robinson justice for not raping Mayella Ewell. Reverend Sykes tells Scout to stand up as a sign of respect for her father as well.
A man is standing in front of a painting of a man and he tells us the following Brothers and sisters have I none but this man's father is my fathers son Who is on the painting?
The man is looking at his son. ...my fathers son is me. ...this mans father is me. so hes looking at his son!
Coming down the aisle the father of the bridge bends his arm and she puts her right arm into his and once at the altar he lets his daughter stand across from the groom and then the father sits down on the the first pew to the left. That may be the case is the USA? In England or Australia you will …see from Royal Wedding photos that the father of the bride stands on her left and offers her his right arm to escort her up the aisle. When they arrive at the front he is not then standing between the bride and groom. ( Full Answer )
Zorro has had two horses over the years. Tornado (the black one) and Phantom (the white one). Tornado was the main horse but when Diego returns to Los Angeles it would be hard to explain where Tornado came from so the writers introduced Phantom who was given to him by a dying soldier. It is not men…tioned about what happens to Tornado afterwards. ( Full Answer )
Yes you can but i wouldn't recommend it the emotional implications for the child would be huge. In almost all western countries children under 16 can give evidence via a video link which means that they would not actually have to be in the courtroom
He asked her to stand because it means your giving respect back to that person
IF she is really your daughter, then you have every right to look after her because she is your child. if the mother doesnt want you to see her, you can go to court and fight for the right to see her because you are her father.
The question is not complete, but here are all the four-letter words that end with X: apex, brux, calx, coax, crux, doux, eaux, falx, faux, flax, flex, flux, hoax, ibex, ilex, jeux, jinx, lynx, minx, onyx, oryx, plex, prex, roux
well if its your boyfriend than you would have had sex alot more so therefor compared to the man wwho u only had sex with one night than it would probably be your boyfriends, however there might also be the chance that it is the one night stands so don't rule it out. you can always have DNA samples …to check. hope this helped?:) ( Full Answer )
If your question was purely about which would be more likely, it would be the regular partner, simply due to probability. The more chance a single person has to get someone pregnant, the more likely they will. HOWEVER, in reality, things don't really work that way. A one night stand CAN make someone… pregnant. There's the matter of if protection was used (condoms, birth control pills, etc.) and if the person ejaculated within the vaginal cavities. But to wrap it up, it's more likely that the regular partner is the father but the only way to be sure is get the chold tested, and prepare for the worst and hope for the best. ( Full Answer )
How do you protect your child from pedophiles in her fathers family when you have not evidence apart from what you have been told by people not willing to stand up in court?
If the father's family doesn't agree to limited visitation with those family members, you may end up moving further away. Answer If you are divorced and the father has visitation rights you need to consult with an attorney who can listen to the details, assess your legal situation, and explai…n your options. You should do this immediately if you are truly concerned about your child being exposed to a pedophile. ( Full Answer )
Yes, it's not necessary to have 2 parents for the child to get food stamps. Read more in the link below for facts on food stamps.
What does it mean to dream of a friends father standing beside him but the father is dead and the dreamer has never met the father?
This dream suggests that the dreamer recognizes the influence of the past in the friend's life and/or the dreamer's own life.
A baby can not stand. . "A house divided against itself cannot stand" is a quote from an English language translation of the Gospel of Mark. The quote was used in a famous speech by Abraham Lincoln in regard to the U.S. Civil War.
Does a child have a right to an inheritance from a dead father if his mother was just a one night stand?
Absolutely. The child is a product of the union between the biological mother and father regardless of how long they were together. He needs to provide for his innocent child.
Does an original custody order against a father still stand when a third party takes temporary custody from the mother?
Yes, unless the father objects to the temporary custody order and obtains a modification of the original order. Yes, unless the father objects to the temporary custody order and obtains a modification of the original order. Yes, unless the father objects to the temporary custody order and obtains …a modification of the original order. Yes, unless the father objects to the temporary custody order and obtains a modification of the original order. ( Full Answer )
A: Acts 7:55 describes Stephen looking up when the heavens opened and he saw Jesus standing on the right hand of God. This could only have happened if it was understood that Jesus was there in the flesh for Stephen to see. This is supported by Acts 1:9, which says that Jesus was taken up bodily int…o heaven. Of course, our telescopes and satellites mean we now know that these stories could not have been literally true and, in commenting on whether the story of Stephen really happened, Raymond E. Brown ( An Introduction to the New Testament ) says that we can never verify the martyrdom or even existence of Stephen. It is therefore simply a matter of faith whether Jesus is at the right hand of God, in the flesh or otherwise. ( Full Answer )
There is no law regarding a father showing his children court papers. However, if the intent is to alienate the child against the other parent it can affect custody and visitation rights if brought to the court's attention. There is no law regarding a father showing his children court papers. How…ever, if the intent is to alienate the child against the other parent it can affect custody and visitation rights if brought to the court's attention. There is no law regarding a father showing his children court papers. However, if the intent is to alienate the child against the other parent it can affect custody and visitation rights if brought to the court's attention. There is no law regarding a father showing his children court papers. However, if the intent is to alienate the child against the other parent it can affect custody and visitation rights if brought to the court's attention. ( Full Answer )
You have to prove by DNA test that you are the father. Then you can go to court and petition for visitation and custody. Until you have established paternity you have nothing. You also have to petition the court to have your name on the birth certificate. If you are determined to be the father yo…u will also be required to pay child support. ( Full Answer )
When someone stands out from a large group for example if someone is wearing something appealing like a zebra printed onsie in the middle of town you would stand out because everyone would be looking at you.
Zorro's horse Toronado is an Andalusian in the books, but a Friesian horse played him in the movie.
It means that you feel as though your father is watching over you. You are still feeling his protection.
Zorro's Fighting Legion - 1939 is rated/received certificates of: Finland:S Sweden:15 USA:Passed (National Board of Review) USA:Approved (PCA #5691-5695, 5697-5699, 5767-5770)
Zorro - 1957 Zorro's Ride Into Terror 1-8 was released on: USA: 28 November 1957
Harry Potter's father, James, was killed when Harry was one yearold, Harry wasn't old enough to be standing up to him by then.Harry was raised by his aunt Petunia and uncle Vernon who bothstrongly disliked him, especially his uncle. As Harry grew older, he stood up to his aunt and uncle severaltimes…; such as in the third book when Vernon locked Harry's schoolbooks away and forbid him from doing his homework. Harry broke intothe cupboard and did his homework in secret. In the fourth book, the whole family was put on a diet so Harrysent his owl with a plea for help to his friends - who sent himcakes and snacks which Harry kept for himself. ( Full Answer )
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At the end of the 17th century, Spain became a declining empire with diminishing revenues and loss of both political and military influence -- especially against other rising powers such as France and Britain. The Bourbon Reforms (1747-1808) changed the colonial system in the Americas to that of an … intendancy . These reforms were directed to increase tax revenues, but became very unpopular among the colonies as most intendants were peninsulares , or people born in Spain. This power shift increased unrest among criollos , or people of Spanish ancestry who were born in the Americas, who ultimately attained the support of both Amerindians and mestizos (descendants of interracial marriages between Europeans and Native Americans) to wage war against Spanish rule. In Mexico and Central America, Catholic priest Miguel Hidalgo (1753-1811) is considered the starter of such movement, while the South American war of independence was won by liberators Jose de San Martin (1778-1850) and Simon Bolivar (1783-1830). When Napoleon's Army invaded both Spain and Portugal during the Peninsular Wars (1807-1814), most criollos saw the opportunity to secede from the Spanish Empire. By 1825 most of Latin America became independent, with only some last bastions in Mexico, Peru, Chile and Argentina still being loyal to the Spanish Crown. By 1833 even these were defeated, and all attempts of reconquest by Spain had been already thwarted. Finally, in 1836 the Spanish government renounced to the sovereignty over continental America, with the exception of Cuba an Puerto Rico, which were lost during the Spanish-American War (1898). ( Full Answer )
It sounds like your long lost love is most likely the father. Ofcourse it is something that is going to run through your mind, butI would stick with the doctor's estimate.
In military terms it is an order to assume positions to resist a possible attack. To maintain a stable and upright position