If you can't afford a lawyer, your best bet may be to ask the court to appoint you an attorney. Typically the court will want you to fill out some paperwork swearing that you are indigent (have no money). Very few attorneys advertise themselves as "pro bono" and I...Read more »
There are a few options depending on what direction you want to go. Here is a couple: 1. You can request termination of his parental rights or 2. You can file for a modification to make you the sole managing conservator with exclusive right to make the major decisions and ask for enforcement of the...Read more »
she had him served with c. support papers not custody and a TRO and now he cant speak to his daughters who he talks to nearly every day (one is 12 and the other is 6). Both children already get a check from ssdi and that amount will be going up since his oldest daughter ( from a previous... Read more »
I am unclear as to why he was also served with a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO). There should've been an affidavit include with the paperwork for the restraining order that explains what the allegations are for the TRO. When in Ex Parte TRO is obtain, a hearing must be set no more than 14...Read more »
We are joint managing conservators. I'm the non-custodial, but I had no idea that she would take my daughter to an allergy specialist and begin treatment without consulting with me. Now she is asking for half the cost, but i would like to get a second opinion. How Does that work?
Are you serving a Motion for Enforcement? Or a subpoena? Those are two different documents
If you are serving a Motion for Enforcement and if your ex is an employee of the company in Georgia, you cannot serve a Motion for Enforcement for your ex, by serving the company that they work for or...Read more »
I filed a petition in Tarrant County to have my case moved to Collin County (where the kids and I reside) and to modify the order. My ex husband filed his own petition 6/14 without actually answering mine. I was informed that I can not move forward until I am served or I should reach out to his... Read more »
If you do not agree to sign a Waiver of Service, the Court will not send you any information. The non-custodial parent's attorney will simply send a sheriff, constable or private process server to serve you with the Motion to Confirm Child Support Arrearages. That should also come with a...Read more »
If your ex is on bond one way to handle the arrears would be she does not pay you child support until. She gets credit for your arrears. If the arrears us owed for Medicaid you still will have to pay that portion
If there is a court order unless you get the fathers permission you cant let your son move, If the father is not seeing your son that may be a different story, If he is not paying child support but seeing your son file a Motion for contempt.
They refused to remove the lien . The AG over charged me for child support, financially crippling me , I had to get property tax loans , this went on for 10 years .. My way out was to refinance my house , but because of this fraudulent lien I was unable to refinance.. I’ve gotten the run around... Read more »
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