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Why do you believe it matters that the policy was purchased privately and not through the employer? There's not a word in the statute that makes any kind of distinction of that type.
Which is why he's so convinced that he won when it's clear to anyone with three brain cells to rub together that he didn't.
I just spoke to a friend of mine, who is from the DR and whose husband is an international attorney.
Guess what. You can't have a DR divorce "reversed" either. Any more than you can in the US.
Post history is relevant here
Don't see anything to suggest that a DR divorce can be reversed either.
SHE WON in court. YOU LOST. Your inability to recognize this indicates a serious break with reality on your part.
I've tried to tell you this before; I'm going to make one more try.
There is NO WAY to have a divorce reversed in the US. No matter what your country does, you are divorced in the United States...
Oh, that's pretty consistent with some forms of personality disorder. It's never their fault; it's always the fault of someone else who "made" him do things. You see that a lot in domestic violence...
How is it NOT a threat?
Earlier in this thread you said you would not text her. Which is it? Are you, or are you not, communicating with Mom by text?
So, are you following the order? Are you communicating with Mom via text the way the judge ordered?
Yes or no?
No, the judge cancelled your phone calls when he said all communication was to be by text. Mom doesn't have to cancel them - the judge already did it for her.
Mom is not violating diddly.
No, the judge said that all communication was to be by text. Therefore you do not HAVE "phone rights". If you refuse to accept texts because of your absurd delusion that it's Stepmom typing, that's...
Okay, I'm going to need a lot more information here and I don't have time right now to figure out everything I need to know. Bump the thread if I don't get back to you by this evening.
If you seriously think that you won in court or that you have any legal options to take Mom to court, I think we've just isolated the entire problem here. You are delusional.
^^^^What Shadowbunny said.
No and no.
If it is his opinion that you paid for good reviews, he's allowed to say that. No, Google will not remove it.
Just because you don't know of a customer with the name on the review...
Gonna take the advice I gave budwad, myself here.
*fetches popcorn nonetheless
You don't get to take a case to either Federal or the Supreme court just by deciding to do so.
How do you know he was never a customer? How do you know what his opinion was?
Harvey, honey, go to your dictionary and look up the word, Appeal.
So...the law should limit what people are allowed to say and what opinions they are allowed to express? Should you be limited in what you're allowed to say about the person who left those reviews?
Bud, kudos for trying to help but really, don't waste your time. He's not going to pay attention to anything you say.
First, you contact your state Bar Association, your local Legal Aide, and any law schools in your area for a list of referrals.
Then, you pick up the phone and you start dialing.