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Contracts, Trusts & the corporation sole; what they are & how they relate with one another.

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Marriage License

Postby Derick » Saturday June 18th, 2011 9:22 am MDT

We are are about to have a baby in July. Its our third child. Should we or could we do anything about our marriage license before the baby is born?

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Re: Marriage License

Postby Admin » Tuesday June 21st, 2011 3:50 pm MDT

:h: Derick:
First of all, it appears like you are asking us for advice; and, though we have quite strong opinions regarding the necessity for learning how to deal with matters such as the subject about which you are inquiring, we must first refer you to our publication regarding advice.

Hopefully, by now, you have read that linked article regarding advice. Accepting that to be the case, we will continue with a limited response on-point with your inquiry; limited, because full support on the topic is limited to Team Law beneficiary support; which we can only be provided either live, over the phone, or on our Beneficiary’s Private Forum. So, given those limitations, we can provide the following:

If we were to want to understand any relationship, we would follow the Standard for Review to gain that understanding. An accurate review of the matter of marriage licenses through that standard would reveal a great many important issues that go right to the core of the necessity for the people to learn the law and apply it.

Though we cannot tell you what you should do; we can tell you what we would do given the situation you described. Following the Standard for Review, we would take a self-education crash course on the law related to such matters to learn who all details of the “licensed marriage” of which you wrote; to be absolutely certain we understood: all of the parties in the relationship, the terms and conditions of the same and the respective laws controlling its function. Then once we had accomplished that we would most certainly resolve that, in accord with the law, before we did anything else.

Given that your baby is coming in July, there is little time for consideration of your intentions. However, if we were in the situation you described and were aware of Team Law’s existence and its services, we would most certainly make sure that we did whatever we could to secure a Team Law Beneficiary Family Endowment as soon as possible to help us with the necessary study and work we would need to accomplish in such a short time.

Of course, that may seem a bit prejudiced on our part; but, we expect our beneficiaries (having made that choice) would confirm that path as the best course of action one could take given your inquiry.

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Re: Marriage License

Postby Derick » Tuesday June 21st, 2011 6:48 pm MDT

Thank you for responding to my question.

Times are tough for us right now. We lost my family cabin to foreclosure last summer and in march we were foreclosed on and evicted from our home(that I built). I have many questions about those situations as well. I am working hard to aquire enough Federal Reserve Notes to become a beneficiary. Until that time I will continue to study your website and the law.

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Re: Marriage License

Postby Admin » Tuesday June 21st, 2011 9:04 pm MDT

:h: Derick:
We are pleased to learn that you will keep studying the law and hope you will do so by following the Standard for Review. And, we look forward to the time when you are a Team Law beneficiary and we can be of greater assistance to you in that process. While studying on the problems of those foreclosure actions the place to focus on will by foreclosure and mortgage laws.

Though we understand people not becoming Team Law beneficiaries because they do not know anyone that will nominate them, we never understand why people imagine that becoming a Team Law beneficiary has anything to do with a cost or with their having sufficient funds. If you had a billion dollars, you could not buy your way into Team Law. The system simply does not work like that.

Team Law beneficiary endowments are granted to nominees. And, though the privilege of nominating a Team Law beneficiary is typically granted to supportive donors those donors cannot nominate themselves. Thus, given that the Team Law Beneficiary Endowment is not something that can be purchased at any price, we are always a bit dumbfounded by the allegation that someone cannot become a Team Law beneficiary because they haven’t sufficient funds.

Of course, we do understand the limitation of such funding if a party is working on purchasing an asset protection system from The Way of Kings™, knowing that The Way of Kings™ will nominate them for a Team Law Beneficiary Endowment during the process of purchasing such a system. However, in that situation, the thing that is being purchased is The Way of Kings™ asset protection system and not the beneficiary relationship to which they would be nominated with Team Law.

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Re: Becoming a Beneficiary

Postby Thebestrealestateguy » Saturday September 17th, 2011 5:26 pm MDT

the next logical question would be can you become a beneficiary without buying anything? How many ways can you be nominated. Up utill i saw this post I thot you were all about the money. Now I am not sure.

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Re: Becoming a Beneficiary

Postby Admin » Monday September 19th, 2011 8:37 am MDT

:h: Thebestrealestateguy:
You asked if you can become a beneficiary without buying anything. The answer is: “Of course; no purchase is required for anyone to become a Team Law beneficiary.” In fact, we do not understand why one might imagine such a purchase could be necessary when nothing in anything we have ever presented indicates such a necessity.

To understand the process best, you might want to review the post where admin answered the question “How do I join Team Law?

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