Ms. Snelling -
You should have quit when you were behind rather than become one.
To say something such as, "The U.S. Consulate of Tijuana states that
marriages by private
attorneys in the state of Baja California were illegal in the 50s, 60s and
70s. This would possibly not only make Marilyn Monroe and Bob Slatzer's
marriage fraudulent, but that quickie annulment they are alleged to have been
charged so much for. See
" indicates you believe everything you read.
Since Judge Chavez declared the marriage a "valid marriage" as recently as
1996 or 1997, how dare you profess to have a clue. Although it was not
relevant to the "case at hand" when Lee Strassberg's daughter filed an action as a
will had been left by Ms. Monroe, the fact still remains that the court so
stated. I sat and listened out of sheer curiosity.
Then you said, "Now, quit offering to get this woman an OFFICIAL birth
outrageous sums of money. If you can get her an OFFICIAL MARRIAGE
CERTIFICATE with an OFFICIAL SEAL recognized in the U.S., then charge her :)"
Why? Aren't you getting it for her pro bono?
Now, Betteye, again if you are still with us, I think the most important
thing to consider at this point is why do you want it? Is it necessary or just
The North American courts do not disdain invalid marriages when the
participants believed they engaged in a valid ceremony. Therefore, why you need said
documents should carefully be considered before losing any hair.
Betteye, if you really need to know whether or not a marriage ceremony held
in an attorney's office and conducted by same was valid in the early '70's, I
suggest you send an email to an English speaking attorney who practices in
Tijuana. (I've inserted some email addresses for you below my signature line)
I would suggest you first ask if the marriage could possibly have been
valid. In Mexico, only marriages performed by Civil Registry Officials (not
religious officials) are considered legal and valid. Were attorneys listed as
such in 1970? Then I'd ask if would have been valid if the appropriate papers
were filed at City Hall at the end of the day, would it still be valid if the
attorney failed to do same. Then I'd ask if the marriage would have been
valid and if the appropriate papers were filed, what would they charge to
obtain same for you. That way they would see that you were not asking for
everything for free and at the same time, if it would never have been possible to be
considered valid, why waste the time and energy. Just my thoughts.
As an investigator who has dealt with Mexican documents quite routinely
through the years and having made my fair share of visits to the Mexican
Consulate downtown Los Angeles, I can assure you that authentication is usually quite
simple. Mexico became a Hague nation in August, 1995. I believe they have
a consulate office in Detroit who can give you all the advice you probably
need. They would be more than willing to provide you with the information
required to obtain an Apostle.
Sarkis Detective Agency
1346 Ethel Street
Glendale, CA 91207-1826
If you can read this, thank a teacher. If you can read this in English,
thank a military veteran.
God Bless America and her allies forever !!
ENGLISH speaking attorneys in Tijuana -
Hector Gonzalez Leon
Carlos Molina Soto
Raul Higuera Vega
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