my father was co guardian of a person growing up, would that person now have any rights to inherit anything?

Question by moose: my father was co guardian of a person growing up, would that person now have any rights to inherit anything?
This person is not a relative

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Answer by Ashley B
All of this would depend simply on what your father has stated in his will. Who is listed as executor of the estate? I would talk to your dad about it, get a heads up and make sure you know what your duties would be should that day come. Talk to him about his will and his final wishes and your questions should be answered. Good luck!

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If your a teen mom, will you lose your child?

Question by Leo Maniac: If your a teen mom, will you lose your child?
If you have a child as a teen in America, will CPS be more involved? What if you have a history of mental illness? I have munchausen syndrome and when I was in 7th grade, faked having bipolar disorder, depression and suicidal thoughts. I do NOT have bipolar disorder, depression or suicidal thoughts and I never did have them, but its on my medical record because I faked them successfully. Although I have munchausen syndrome, I am 100% dedicated to keeping my child SAFE. I WILL NOT harm my child or take them to the emergency room pretending they are sick. I want to TAKE CARE of my child, and that is why I want to seek psychological therapy to help me, and learn how to take care of my child, and I would also have someone keeping an eye on me, which would provide even more support and protection to my child. I am already afraid though that just being a mom so young is going to get my child taken away, but I am even more afraid that getting help, (thinking I am doing the RESPONSIBLE and MATURE thing) is going to be an immediate sentence for my child to foster care. I have no doubt that I will be able to take care of, protect and provide for my child, but I want to get help for myself too.

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Answer by JJWJ
from a former male schoolteacher …

Hope you get helpful answers from females, too.

Let me just mention something that many girls your age do in a situation like this. I encourage you to talk to several girls you know about this alternate action as, in the future, it can be much better for you and for the child you are carrying.

About one in every six married couples goes childless and this is not a choice they are making. Many of those couples go to an office and sign sheets wanting to adopt a baby. For every ten of these couples, there are three girls who are pregnant for whom now is not the time to have a child to raise. (Many of those couples end up flying to Japan or France to find a child to adopt.)

Those other girls in the first paragraph will say: “If I was unable to have children, then I would want another woman to let me adopt one of her children. Women need to help one another. And by finishing school and becoming married, I will be able to be a better mother to my future children.”

Contact a local hospital or a person who could assist you in finding a good office to visit regarding this issue.

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Biography: Margaret Cardozo Holmes has contributed her artistic talent and scientific curiosity to the development of Cardozo Sisters Hairstylists, founded by her sister, Elizabeth Cardozo Barker, in 1928. She first learned about working with hair as a child in her grandmother’s prosperous beauty shop in Atlantic City and was influenced by her aunt, the noted sculptress, Meta Warrick Fuller, who wished to adopt her and train her as an artist. In becoming a hair stylist she found an outlet for her talents. With her knowledge of the chemistry of hair, she has helped manufacturers develop new products for relaxing hair. She worked with her sisters to make Cardozo Sisters one of the most successful beauty shops in Washington, D.C., known for its ability to care for and style all types of hair. Her high standards for the employees raised the shop to a professional level unusual for the industry in the 1930s. In charge of personnel for the shop, she offered rehabilitation, training, and jobs for Black women who could not take full-time jobs. Mrs. Holmes is married to Eugene Clay Holmes, who was a professor of philosophy at Howard University.

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I’m 21 and pregnant. What should I do. Please give advice. It helps.?

Question by Jamie: I’m 21 and pregnant. What should I do. Please give advice. It helps.?
I’m 21 and 3 months pregnant. My boyfriend is the father but he is not really great. He is in Seattle right now while im in florida. He went there for just the summer. He will be back in two months. But he has put his hands on me twice. I dont trust him not to cheat. Hes 25. He says he loves me but he just has alot of mental issues. I feel like if he was different maybe i would keep the baby. But i kind of want to get away from him. I am a cna and want to get back in school to do nursing which i will do. Also i have no family to support me or help when the baby gets here. I would only have him and hes not really good. Should i abort or no? Also i was suppose to get the abortion on wednesday but before i got on the highwaysl i got really sick and had to go to the hospital so i couldnt go that day. Was that a sign that i shouldnt do it? Give advice please.

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Answer by Julie
Hey Girl,
Abort or adopt out. Your boyfriend sounds like a twat, dump him and fly free.
The kid will just remind you of him

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Q&A: Regarding the Constitution is this correct?

Question by Englishman in Kentucky: Regarding the Constitution is this correct?
Constitution, Article 2, Section 1, states, “No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President.”

http://www.theobamafile.com/NaturalBornChart.htm

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Answer by Paul Grass
correctomundo my friend

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