I ask my husband to request his brother to give us an fpl bill so that we can put our son at his address, so my husband says for me to give him a call and ask, but I tell my husband that doesn't respond to me, that's his brother and it pertains to personal papers so I tell him to ask his brother for it.
But, then his brother wants me to sell a boat on the internet and wants me to put the information to sell the boat so I'm in need of the model of the boat, so then I call my husband so he can tell me the model he says "I dont know" so then I call his brother if he can give me the model of the boat.
Now, the question is that my husband says that I can ask him for the model but he does'nt get why I can't ask him for the personal paperwork to put my son in his address. He flipps out about this.
I'm not sure I understand your post. First, by fpl bill, do you mean a utility bill? What are you trying to accomplish? Are you trying to get your son into a certain school district or something and using your brother in law's address to qualify?
And why do you need to be the one to sell the boat online? I don't know, it seems to me that if you're "personal" enough with the brother to sell his boat online then you should be able to ask him for an electric bill. But if you guys want to use his address for some reason for your son and he doesn't know about it, then I agree it would be best for your husband to break the news to him.
You know if they catch you doing that they will expel your son from the school right?
I don't see why you can't ask for it yourself. Even at that, they want YOUR name on a utility bill from that address to prove you live there. Is your name on any of them? Your husband's? Still not going to work if your name isn't on any of those utility bills...
I've actually been in situations where my wife wants to bend the rules to benefit one of our kids. Sometimes I don't really want to bend the rules the way she does, I just don't feel comfortable doing it. Then on top of wanting to do something I don't feel comfortable with, she wants me to be the one to call and make it happen.
Don't know if that's what's going on here or not. But if you want this thing done, do it yourself. Sounds like your husband doesn't want to do it and I can't say that I blame him.
I actually had a distant relative call and ask if he could use my address to set up a corporation because my state doesn't have an income tax and his does. HELLO??? I'm a CPA and could lose my license for something like that. Did he really think I was going to risk my career and the income I provide for my family so that he could save a few bucks in tax?