My brother has primary custody of my 9 year old niece. Her mother lives over an hour away and has standard visitation orders. My mother lives with him and my niece. His question was, if he is incapacitated for any reason, can he designate someone (my self, my mother or my brother) to act on his... Read more »
If your brother is incapacitated for any reason, whomever he wants to make decisions regarding your niece would have to intervene into their current custody case and present to the court why it is in the child's best interest that they are allowed to make decisions regarding your niece, over...Read more »
My ex has an assault charge and no contact order was put in place. He violated his no contact and now his bail is up and placed on GPS monitor. CPS got involved because of him and they have stupidly taken her from me and placed her with her father which is the danger. I really need some help please
To pick up my son, along with my son’s belongings & take him with him without my knowledge or consent. He stated that he would be enrolling him in school in the town that he is currently working. My son is already enrolled in the school district that he has attended since kindergarten. He is... Read more »
My insurance grace period expired 2 days before accident. The Leinholder sold the wrecked vehicle for 800 dollars and by time all extra charges were on there ended up being same amt owed. If they repossessed it then it’s theirs right ?
I paid a lawyer company more than $8000 to represent me, but the mother keeps adding things into the case, like a mental health exam, 2-3 interrogatories, and discoveries, etc. The company charged me for each of these, and now I am just about broke. I cannot afford them to be at the pre-trial, or... Read more »
Please do not give up on fighting for your daughter. Family law cases can be costly, so if there is any way you get the additional funds that you need to proceed with your current legal counsel, I would suggest you try. Also, maybe you can have a discussion with your current attorney and see if...Read more »
My daughter will be living with my aunt. She will attend school in texas and my aunt is asking that i sign a notarized letter to give up legal rights decision making of my daughter along with social security card.
You should certainly speak with an attorney before you proceed with this course of action. You want to ensure that you are not giving to your Aunt more rights or responsibilities for your child than you intend to in this situation. An attorney may be able to help you draft a document that...Read more »
The other parent does not see the children as often if at all, mainly around holidays (compared to when the order was first established). child support is not consistent and there is a large amount of back pay owed.
If your current court orders address claiming the children as dependents on your tax return, you can file a Suit to Modify Parent-Child Relationship and request a change to that language. in a suit to modify, you must be able to explain to the Court that there has been a "material and...Read more »
If the deceased people have children, does this entitle the children to part ownership of land, or do the living original owners now have all the remaining ownership? Example: 6 Original Owners, 5 are deceased but have all have children, one original owner is living. Will the 1/6 of ownership be... Read more »
It depends. Did the six original owners take title as joint tenants with right of survivorship? If so, then the entire property belongs to the survivor. It would be surprising if that were the case, but not unheard of. You need to sit down with an attorney who can examine the title to the...Read more »
The screenshots are referencing prostitution and other things such as drugs going on around the child while in with the mother. The person that sent them did so from a phone number but doesn’t want to identify themselves because they do not want to be involved with the whole court situation.
I finished my life time recovery program on June 9th,2022. I was served a random court date for a hair and nail test. This started when I admitted to my husband I used when my son wasn't around. Due to the mental health and illness I was going through , I never had a criminal or drug history... Read more »
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 »
This is the second affair in eight years but on the second affair like I said she gave me an STD that will be with me for the rest of my life what legal action in the state of Texas can I take besides divorce and we are separated right now and been separated for a year.
I cannot see my son and he has a restraining order on me that came with the custody paperwork, I think. I have a hearing on 8/2 or 8/9 to handle the temporary restraining order but I cannot go that long without my son. I have never been away from him that long. He claims I am unsafe with my son but... Read more »
happiest corpus was signed by a judge to return my son but it was ignored no one was held in contempt of court the two gay men have him and we are supposed to have him back in our custody but we haven't even seen him in over a year what do i do to make them abide by the happiest corpus?
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