My husband and I live in an apartment. His daughter always wants to be with us. It gets to be point where she used to cry when she had to go back to her mom (but lately her mom has been letting her spend extra time with us). She's scared of her mom and is always telling us she spanked her or... Read more »
The 18 year old is an adult and can choose his or her own residence. There can be no charges brought for that alone, but if there is some other legal violation, then it could be a problem. Not simply for allowing an adult to live in their home.
I don't have an attorney but she does. She has been getting me to do different things that I don't agree on. I didn't have a job at the time for child support and wanted me to pay 600.00 the. It changed to 400.00 now I have a job and her attorney is wanting to pull from overtime... Read more »
You need your own attorney to protect your rights. Child support calculations are based on your income. Unless it can be shown that you can always count on overtime wages, your support should not be based on overtime.
He is supppse to now be in a home school program. I was never informed of the drop out or the new school. I asked for proof from ex and I have not received anything. Do i still pay support even after he dropped out of high school for a month
Your child support obligation ends when the child turns 18, or graduates from high school, if he has not yet graduated by his 18th birthday. As a parent, you should be informed of any changes in school, unless your decree or order states otherwise. I would contact a local family law attorney who...Read more »
he stopped taking the full dose of his meds recently and some of his manic symptoms re-appeared, paranoia, people out to get him. he is also making up lies about things I have supposedly said to him. he is going from manic to depressed and back to manic. he also gets auditory hallucinations. He... Read more »
Unfortunately, as you know, bipolar disorder can be dangerous. In Texas, the courts prefer to have both parents involved in the lives of their children. However, judges take the best interest of the child very seriously. The visitation awarded to the father will depend upon how the court views...Read more »
It depends on the specific language in the trust. For a precise answer, take the trust document to a local estate planning attorney who can review the trust language for you. If necessary, the attorney can represent you in requesting a distribution from the trust if the trust provides for what...Read more »
If you contact a local estate planning attorney, they can provide you with an estimate. Most attorneys would do this on an hourly basis, so the cost would depend on the time it takes to review the document, prepare an explanation of the document and meet with you to go over the results.
The attorney who is handling the estate can provide you with a waiver of your rights to the estate if that is what you are looking for. If that is not what you are looking for, a probate attorney can help you with what you need.
My husband has a 13 year old daughter that lives in Alabama. Back in 2007 her stepfather adopted her and my husband gave up his parental rights to her. And in Alabama and here in Texas it's still showing that he has to pay child support they're taking out child support every two weeks out... Read more »
Contact a local family law attorney who can help you sort through this. The attorney can tell you what you will need to do to stop child support if your husband's rights were, in fact, terminated. If there was an adoption, there would have had to be a termination as well. The records may be...Read more »
if cps is severely breaking the law as well as violating several constitutionaly protected rights by keeping my kids in foster care 45 days without any paperwork what so ever what can be done to get my kids immeadiately returned or can i call police and file charges they are bound to laws just as... Read more »
Your first step should be to hire a qualified attorney who can represent you and protect you parental rights. In the meantime, you need to comply with the CPS investigation. In addition, do not engage in criminal behavior, use illegal drugs (including legal drugs which are not prescribed to you),...Read more »
Your first step should be to hire a qualified attorney who can represent you and protect you parental rights. In the meantime, you need to comply with the CPS investigation. In addition, do not engage in criminal behavior, use illegal drugs (including legal drugs which are not prescribed to...Read more »
You need to contact a local probate attorney who can review all of the facts and advise you as to your options. You will have to do something to legally divide the land. Technically, it is still owned by the estate of your father. Since you are dealing with real property, you want to make sure...Read more »
Oh, I am so sorry. It depends on what the power of attorney says. A power of attorney is either effective immediately or effective only if you do not have capacity to make decisions yourself. Review your document and contact a local attorney who can tell you what your options are.
My ex husband keeps texting me asking to speak with our daughter. In our decree it says Both him and I are permanently enjoined from communicating in person, by telephone or writing except for arranging visitation or notifying eachother of circumstances affecting the best interest of the child.
Does he have any prohibitions on speaking with your daughter in the order? If not, then let him talk to her. If you do not want to be interrupted, then contact him and ask to set some times when she can call him so that he doesn't have to call you every time to set it up....Read more »
My ex is threatening legal action including an "injunction against" my nanny because my children spent the night in her care. He is insisting that I must inform him when they stay overnight with a care-giver and that I must inform him of her address. This is the same nanny that they have... Read more »
I would have to read your order to be sure, but most orders allow the parent who has possession to make independent decisions. Some orders do have a provision that you offer the other parent the opportunity to take the children when you are not able. Review your decree to see if there is anything...Read more »
I know potty training is very difficult under the best of circumstances. Unfortunately, the father is responsible for the child when he visits. There isn't really a legal enforcement option unless your order has language specifically addressing this type of issue. Your best hope is to try...Read more »
My whole family is in Kansas. My parents are older and my dad had a stroke in January. I have no family or support system here in Houston. I feel I need to go home to help with my dad and mom. My son wants to go with me. His dad isn't really involved. The dad only does what the court... Read more »
You should contact a local family law attorney. The father will have to agree to the modification of your order to allow you to move. If you just move without the proper court order, a Texas judge may order that you move your son back to Texas.
They took tmc for allegations of drug use without ever even giving me a drug test and at my 262 hearing I tested clean but the judge continued anyway said it was because of my history my case worker calls me maybe one a month she also told my therapist not to schedule me a session until I submitted... Read more »
You need to hire a family law attorney to represent you in Texas. The state is very serious about protecting children and about following their instructions and abiding by their rules. If you want to be sure your parental rights are protected, contact an attorney right away. This is not a matter...Read more »
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