Melissa sepulveda and Alberto ruiz they were together for more than 24 years, forming a family in which they had six children, while he continued married to una woman in Nuevo Leon. Nevertheless, Melissa never thought that for this reason he would end up filing a lawsuit to have his amasiate rights.
Alberto ruiz died in November 2020, leaving Melissa before a legal odyssey, because she does not have a document that guarantees a notarized inheritance. Fear that legal wife decide to take action to reclaim the assets you forged with your partner.
Therefore, Melissa seeks to have her rights respected and filed a legal claim that has been admitted by the judicial authorities, according to information from Azteca News.
Alberto had two children with his legal wife
The woman points out that Alberto had two children with his wife, of which never divorced and assures that now, in the midst of the economic crisis left by the Covid-19 pandemic, the other family claims the patrimonial inheritance.
Melissa Sepúlveda Munoz she knew her partner was married, but had been separated for several years. Apparently, the high costs involved in a divorce in Mexico and the legal problems were enough so that Alberto never fixed his legal situation.
The woman ensures that the heritage that is currently in dispute She worked on it with the deceased, so she asked the court to take this into account to recognize her common law rights.
It should be noted that this is the first demand that requires the recognition of the rights of amasiate admitted by the Judicial Branch in the state of Nuevo León. It will be the first family court who will resolve the legal situation of Melissa and her six children, who accompanied her to file the lawsuit.