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Posted over 1 year ago.

Whether or not he wants to pursue a relationship is up to him. My question was how to protect my own real estate and assets against having to give this estranged child anything as I have the financial interests of my own two blood children to protect should he and I decide to marry.

Virginia Giselle Alvarez
Virginia Giselle Alvarez, Family Law Attorney - New York, NY
Posted over 1 year ago.

Your fiancé needs to make that determination prior to any of those questions being able to be answered. If that is not your child your not the one supporting him. This is something he should sit down with an attor ey to discuss.

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Posted over 1 year ago.

Exactly. I just want to keep all of the assests that I have acquired and worked for separate from this situation as I don't want my children to have to give up anything to this estranged child. I will consult a CT lawyer to do a prenuptial agreement and just keep all of my finances separate and all of my real estate and assets in my name as they are now to guard against any paternity actions that may be filed in the future.

Virginia Giselle Alvarez
Virginia Giselle Alvarez, Family Law Attorney - New York, NY
Posted over 1 year ago.

Pre nips are always a good idea when bringing assets into a marriage. I wish you luck. If you found this helpful I would appreciate your checking that button on this answer. Best of luck