Family Lawyer - experienced with Italian Law

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NikkiB
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Family Lawyer - experienced with Italian Law

Postby NikkiB » Thu Jul 25, 2019 4:26 pm

If anyone is or can recommend a good family lawyer that can assist regarding guidance of child maintenance support and changing a long standing voluntary payment that I had legal signed off for a now teenager in Italy I would be most grateful.

I am a UK national and reside in the UK but lived in Italy for 7 years back in 2000 and had a child with someone I was never in a relationship with.

At the time I was a very successful business man but since then my circumstances financially have changed considerably and I have a new family with young children. Using the English child support calculator I am currently paying 15+ times what I would be expected to pay a month in the UK. I have been finding it hard for a long time to keep making such a high payment and as a result my current family have had to go without and make constant sacrifices.

If anyone knows of a good lawyer that has dealt with similar issues in Italy I would be most grateful to hear from you.

Kind regards
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Re: Family Lawyer - experienced with Italian Law

Postby sloaney donkey » Thu Jul 25, 2019 9:46 pm

Just stop paying

We drop out on 31 October and your Italian can "go whistle"
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Re: Family Lawyer - experienced with Italian Law

Postby supergirl » Thu Jul 25, 2019 10:16 pm

@sloaneydonkey

Wow. Really? Outrageous.


@OP
I am sorry i dont know anyone I can recommend, I just thought that you got a horrible answer for your question. I am sure it is a very hard situation and the most i would say is make sure you think long term about the relationship you want with your child. I witnessed an adult child asking ger dad where was he all those years and that was awful. The child was genuily asking for answers and the father was genuinely lost for words. Such a miss relationship.

Think long term. Good luck
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Re: Family Lawyer - experienced with Italian Law

Postby NikkiB » Fri Jul 26, 2019 3:23 am

@supergirl thank you for your reply.

As you say it’s not about not financially supporting my daughter or seeing her every agreed opportunity - the time is the most important thing which I can give. I want the best for her. It’s about that support being reasonable and reflecting the change in circumstance and recognising my other children that aren’t Italian citizens which I’m not sure the law does.
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Re: Family Lawyer - experienced with Italian Law

Postby KimMarsh13 » Mon Jul 29, 2019 7:47 pm

I am a Family Law solicitor and would be happy to speak to you on the phone to see how I can help.
Kim.Marshall@keystonelaw.co.uk. Further details about me are on the Keystone Law website.
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Re: Family Lawyer - experienced with Italian Law

Postby windmill26 » Mon Jul 29, 2019 7:59 pm

sloaney donkey wrote:
Thu Jul 25, 2019 9:46 pm
Just stop paying

We drop out on 31 October and your Italian can "go whistle"

You really are a "Donkey"  😡
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Re: Family Lawyer - experienced with Italian Law

Postby sloaney donkey » Mon Jul 29, 2019 8:47 pm

Please all don’t be so offensive. I was offering sincere advice.

You windmill and super girl may sneer at my suggestion from the comfort of a spa room in the basement of your Wandsworth palace.

But you don’t have a better suggestion. Do you? Just go on a tangent. This is a real person with a real problem. Shame on you.

“Such a missed relationship”. Try going to Ethiopia in 1985 and see heartbreaking things happen then. As I did. Or my mother see her brother for the last time at a forced labour camp in Eastern Europe in 1942.That’s horrible and put everything into perspective.

Shame on you.

NikkiB - take back control. Stand up for your rights ! You are great and deserve better than a failed system that helps the few and not the many.

PM me if you need more advice.
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Re: Family Lawyer - experienced with Italian Law

Postby windmill26 » Mon Jul 29, 2019 9:36 pm

sloaney donkey wrote:
Mon Jul 29, 2019 8:47 pm
Please all don’t be so offensive. I was offering sincere advice.

You windmill and super girl may sneer at my suggestion from the comfort of a spa room in the basement of your Wandsworth palace.

But you don’t have a better suggestion. Do you? Just go on a tangent. This is a real person with a real problem. Shame on you.

“Such a missed relationship”. Try going to Ethiopia in 1985 and see heartbreaking things happen then. As I did. Or my mother see her brother for the last time at a forced labour camp in Eastern Europe in 1942.That’s horrible and put everything into perspective.

Shame on you.

NikkiB - take back control. Stand up for your rights ! You are great and deserve better than a failed system that helps the few and not the many.

PM me if you need more advice.

Blah Blah Blah...I still think you are a moron making such a comment! He is talking about his child and you had to bring the Brexit  s...tshow into it!
By the way,no "Wandsworth Palace" here.Just an apartment that we had to save and sacrifice a lot for!
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Re: Family Lawyer - experienced with Italian Law

Postby supergirl » Wed Jul 31, 2019 2:37 pm

@Sloaneydonkey

You just made me laugh, thanks. :lol:

But please dont hog someone else’s thread.
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Re: Family Lawyer - experienced with Italian Law

Postby sloaney donkey » Mon Aug 05, 2019 10:03 pm

No worry, windy mill

No offence taken

Your apologies are accepted

You can come to my palace on Wandsworth common Northside and we can put the world to rights together :))))

Have a great day ahead

Sloaney Donkey !
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Re: Family Lawyer - experienced with Italian Law

Postby windmill26 » Mon Aug 05, 2019 10:47 pm

sloaney donkey wrote:
Mon Aug 05, 2019 10:03 pm
No worry, windy mill

No offence taken

Your apologies are accepted

You can come to my palace on Wandsworth common Northside and we can put the world to rights together :))))

Have a great day ahead

Sloaney Donkey !
Whatever  :roll:

 
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