Should be MINE

Discussion in 'Other US Flag Etiquette' started by kitty lelonsdaughter, Mar 17, 2017.

  1. my parents split when I was a kid, I just found out that my dad died in 2007. I had been sending fathers day and xmas cards to his address irregularly over the last fifteen years trying to reconnect with him. Not a single card was ever returned to me by my step family informing me of his passing. I finally was able to speak to his step daughter about his flag from his coffin and was informed that even though I am his ONLY living blood relative that the flag belonged to his step daughter and that I could NOT have it! DO I have any legal recourse in this matter or do I need and attorney???
     
  2. Robin Hickman

    Robin Hickman Well-Known Member

    ATTORNEY.
     
  3. Peter Ansoff

    Peter Ansoff USA Flag Site Admin

    Hi, Kitty,

    I think Robin is right. It sounds like you're dealing with a straight-up inheritance issue. The fact that the object is a flag doesn't have any special bearing on in this case.
     

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