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ANY FOREIGNER (NOT POLISH) FAMILY ADVOCATE IN WARSAW


jamshaid 2 | 20
5 Feb 2016 #1
Hi guys I am looking any good Family ADVOCATE, Lawyer that do not belong to Poland. can please write me email or post his/ her email, regards
Wulkan - | 3,251
5 Feb 2016 #2
NOT POLISH / Lawyer that do not belong to Poland[

That's quite racist.
InPolska 11 | 1,821
5 Feb 2016 #3
is being Polish a .... race? ;) No, so no racism! ;)
OP jamshaid 2 | 20
5 Feb 2016 #4
Please let me know any Family ADVOKET or Lawyer in Poland thanks....
I have an ADVOKET but not satisfied with his performance and all the time he talk about money...... I have paid him 2500 zlothy but he is insisting I paid him every month some money but I did not get my right as a father.

My child is one year but I did not see my son till now because my wife do not want.
I am really mentally disturb and want to discuss what to do to see and visit my son regards...
On other side I heirs an ADVOKET 7 month passed but still no result because of my wife applied divorce in court...
But As a father I Have right to meet my son??
I am scared of I will go alone she can make any problem as she have been did in England while we was living in England... We was some arguments and she reported to Police I raped with my wife....(amazing)

I am just scare and want to safe himself...
I really love and like her but she cheated with me, now she do not want I meet to my son. Please help me what to do in this situation. While our case is in court from last 6,7 months....
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,781
5 Feb 2016 #5
she reported to Police I raped with my wife....(amazing)

do you mean it is not possible for a husband to rape his wife? Is that why it is 'amazing'?
BTW you do not have any 'rights' as a father. Your child has rights, you have responsibilities.
cms 9 | 1,271
5 Feb 2016 #6
I will try and give you a sensible response. There are many discussions on here stating that Polish courts and legal system do not treat foreign fathers well. Your best chance might be a long road through the British courts, but you would need to clear up that rape allegation first.

I know many lawyers but it is clear here that your lawyer does not trust you to pay - on that basis then a retainer is an acceptable agreement. 2,500 zloty is not much money for such a matter.
Wulkan - | 3,251
5 Feb 2016 #7
Your best chance might be a long road through the British courts

Looking at his English I fear he might not be British citizen.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,781
5 Feb 2016 #8
but if they are resident in Poland, why would they go through the British courts?
is that even possible?
OP jamshaid 2 | 20
5 Feb 2016 #9
I am sending every month 400 plan to my wife as expenses for child......
She do not want I met my son.....
That's why I am mentally disturb guys, she lied me our son name but in actual I came to know it's not real name....

My wife have been phychological treatment in Poland and I am non eu citizen and we went to uk for work.....
After 3 days my wife told me she wants to apply benefits and she is disable person ....
Some one misguided my wife she is disabled and she can get home and benefits in Uk.....
I tried to understand her that she is getting already benefits in Poland and now she wants to apply in UK, she must little work and than she can if she want but she did not listen me..

We applied her NI for work in UK and than she away in voluntarily organisation for benefits etc
I was in person and Police investigate all matter.
Police leave me after one day and one night when they take my interview and when they knew I am innocent......
When my wife came to know I have been prison out.......
She Come back to Poland.........
I have one question on humanitarian basis can I have right to meet my son???
Wulkan - | 3,251
5 Feb 2016 #10
She do not want I met my son.....

Well, I can't blame her, how are you going to communicate with your son? Using this broken English you are demonstrating right now?
Bartkowiak 5 | 114
6 Feb 2016 #11
He's an Arab. Wannabe 'Englishman'. My grandma speaks better English than you. You raped your wife and are now asking for rights to see your son? You're lucky you didn't serve!
poganin - | 58
6 Feb 2016 #12
I know people who can help you. Are you interested?
Hellooo - | 28
6 Feb 2016 #13
I'm very sorry for you but it's your fault that you married with a polish girl

Bartkowiak

He's an Arab

How you know this ?
poganin - | 58
6 Feb 2016 #14
I really want to help you jamshaid and as such I researched certain group of lawyers who specialise in rape cases (some of them have been rapists themselves and so they know what it is like to have to go through such an ordeal, the downfalls and disappointments - angry wife remaining disobedient even after multiple rapes). I am Polish myself and I also have been accused of rape even though it has been an accidental one. I understand you completely, Polish wives have no care or respect for men in general and then they turn on you after you try to help them and teach them some marital values. Your son needs a father, a role model like you so he can grow up and follow in your teachings, that way he will know how to treat women, especially Polish women, and insert in them the essence of being a good wife. I really, really pity you, you are a pitiful individual now and I feel sorry for you, you deserve a different life.

Here is a link to the website the group runs (I hope it will help - they are not Polish so don't worry, you will be safe from racism):

niecierpiekobiet/lawyeroncamel/alibabarates.com
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,781
6 Feb 2016 #15
insert in them the essence of being a good wife.

I would 'lol' if it wasn't so sad.
InPolska 11 | 1,821
6 Feb 2016 #16
It's incredible the number of posts we read in PF re conflictual mixed Polish (wife)- husband from somewhere else couples and involving Polish wives running away to Poland with their kids. I bet they are much more numerous than in situations where the wife is from a western country. Is there something about Polish women that so many mixed couples fail? If there is, foreign men should think twice before marrying and having kids with Polish women.

To the OP since he lives in England but is not a native thereof, I would suggest to seek help from an organization dealing with poeple of his nationality all the more as he may not have the means to hire a lawyer. Anyway, all this sounds like bad news. If going to court in Poland, no way to win against a Polish citizen. Re rape, let's be realistic, how many women claim rape just to hurt and to destroy men? Women claiming rape when NO rape occurs are very dangerous also to women who were really raped. The OP happens to be lynched because 1. wife is Polish and for most people in PF, being Polish = being perfect ;) and 2. guy is from 3rd world, so not white and most probably muslim so for most people in PF: he is guilty of wrongdoing.

I wish OP, wife and kid all the best but situation does not seem to be easy...
OP jamshaid 2 | 20
6 Feb 2016 #17
I am surprised when I **** her before marriage and we enjoyed each other and after marriage some one create misunderstanding and she became so cheap and selfish that forget I am her husband and reported I raped her.......

But truth is truth we have to answer to God....
And I and really scared and do not believe her more she cheated to me.
She write me couple of mothers ago that we are not living together, I wrote her what I believe her?????
Lyzko 25 | 7,009
8 Feb 2016 #18
@jamshaid, are your asking for a lawyer who is not Polish? I guess some people may have misunderstood your request:-)
"Advocate" doesn't necessarily just mean "lawyer" (prawnik) in English, but can mean any person who supports your cause, legally trained or not!

True, we have "Office of the Public Advocate" here in the US, but walking into a law firm and or other business and proclaiming you are "looking for an advocate" might get your some odd looks indeed.
Lyzko 25 | 7,009
11 Feb 2016 #20
If you'd said to me "I need an advocate", and I understood no other language than English, I'd be confused and would politely ask for clarification:-)
InPolska 11 | 1,821
12 Feb 2016 #21
You guys, get some culture and give OP a break! He uses "advocate" because in a lot of languages, the word "lawyer" comes from latin "advocatus", "vocare" (to call someone for help), which itself comes from "vox" (voice). So anyone with a minimum of culture will understand what OP means ;)
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,781
12 Feb 2016 #22
" If you'd said to me "I need an advocate", and I understood no other language than English, I'd be confused and would politely ask for clarification:-)"

really? I would know exactly what he meant and probably say 'yes you need a solicitor/barrister/lawyer'
InPolska 11 | 1,821
12 Feb 2016 #23
Most of European (including Polish) languages do use similar words since of Latin origin. Obviously the "English" word "advocate" has same origin as word brought to English language by French.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,781
12 Feb 2016 #24
What is your point exactly InPolska? that many words in English came from the French?
and?
Lyzko 25 | 7,009
12 Feb 2016 #25
My answer again would be, "An advocate? Fine, but are you also looking for an attorney?"

Face it, the poster merely translated into English from his native language, that's all! I just wanted to be sure I REALLY understood him:-)

How often have all of us abroad run into literal translations into English? Once in Oslo, I was told by the restaurant owner, "Please don't have children at the bar!" to which I replied (in English, though I know some Norwegian) "I agree. A hospital is far safer."

The dude didn't even crack a smileLOL
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,781
12 Feb 2016 #26
" The dude didn't even crack a smileLOL "

He probably didn't understand what you meant but didn't want to admit it, in case people realised how bad his English was ..:)

One student in Greece told me she had just (before the class) 'put her baby down'..:) and then showed no interest when I attempted to explain why this phrase was not the best in this case..:)

Another used to tell me that she had just come from the "baby station" where she worked. (she meant nursery or crèche but had no desire to learn a correct word)
Lyzko 25 | 7,009
12 Feb 2016 #27
@rozumiemnic,

You couldn't be more right:-) Scandis especially are particularly loathe to admit to English errors (..while merrily correcting and laughing at my Norwegian)!!
Ironside 49 | 10,462
12 Feb 2016 #28
really? I would know exactly what he meant and probably say 'yes you need a solicitor/barrister/lawyer'

That Lyzko for you again being awkward. I think I need a lawyer is a correct phrase to use after encounter with Lyzko.
Lyzko 25 | 7,009
12 Feb 2016 #29
And I hope my "adwokat" will also be my "adVocatE", not merely some dude collecting a bribe but calling it a fee:-)
Ktos 17 | 456
18 Feb 2016 #30
If you'd said to me "I need an advocate", and I understood no other language than English, I'd be confused and would politely ask for clarification:-)

Advocate - means to advise in legal matters (English dictionary). Maybe it is time to learn some English or Latin, if one is illiterate - Latin word meaning "one who is not educated in reading and writing" then one has to stop pretending to be


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