My son has 4 court order supervised visits by someone that the mother chooses. Every person we pick she says no about. Her excuses is she doesn’t know them. Which is not true because one of them has been in my child’s life since she was born and my ex’s life as well. Every time it is time for... Read more »
You need to file a motion to enforce and modify the current order.
If you your funds are low I would suggest that you start thinking about how you can gather funds to hire a lawyer. Maybe you can save it up, borrow it, sell something, or pick up a side hustle. It may take you awhile, but...Read more »
I was in a relationship for x years and I received conservativorship over my niece and during the process I was in a relationship which we are no longer together. I've been taken to court to modify an order that they weren't a part of and they requested standing, judge didn't rule and case went... Read more »
Lived in dallas for about 10 months then went to canada on a vacation and now in Virginia for 2 months.. can I still file a case in dallas for divorce as it was my marital home. Will the residency issue stop me from filing ? Current expecting my first child so cannot travel immediately
the youngest daughter (13) wants to move with her dad so the mom moved from Texas to Florida without telling anyone. How do the visitation work with this situation? And was the mother supposed to report that she was moving?
If there is a court order in place, read the court order to see what is allowed. If the move is not allowed under court order then hire an attorney to enforce the order and make the mother return to Texas with child.
I was granted short term supervised visitation in august of 2018. General attorney had us go to court on october 3rd of 2019 to redo my child support. The judge learned my ex refused to do her part for me to see my daughter. On october 3rd the judge court ordered her within 7 days to have all paper... Read more »
I need my ex's financial records for two separate court cases, regarding child support modification and divorce. Do I need a lawyer to subpeona this information legally? We have been separated for two years and I am now unemployed and barely able to keep a roof over my daughters head. Long story... Read more »
My son had lived with his grandparents in LA for 2yrs with me trying to get him back for the last yr, they have refused, dad is now living there with his parents too, I have joint custody as managing conservator with his father, this last weekend when I was visiting I went and brought my son back... Read more »
Generally if you have a court order in place that says you are to have your son during that period and his mother picks him up in violation of that order you can file a motion for contempt, a motion for enforcement or contact the District Attorney's office to file a criminal complaint for...Read more »
I'm having concerns regarding my children's welfare & safety when they are with their father. He is an alcoholic and I do not know if he follows the court-ordered decree to keep sober during visitation weekends. He is behind on child support and does not pay through the state as he should, but to... Read more »
The Attorney General will assist you with filing a motion to enforce the child support and medical support order. You can also check with the probono section of the county bar association for the county you live in or check with legal aid.
My sister is 10 and I'm 20. She lives in Mexico with my mom, but is a US born citizen. I would like to bring her to live with me( El Paso Tx) and go to school. What do I need to show I'll be her temporary guardian? Either for school, medical or just any other reason..
I cannot tell what county you are in from your post, but there is an attorney in my office that is experienced in both immigration and family law. We are in Dallas. Email me if you are near us. The consultation will not be free, but you will get the info you need. firstname.lastname@example.org.
To sum up the situation the mother and largely her parents have put outrageous limits on when, where, and how long I can see my child. I’ve already met with a lawyer about my concerns with the age gap laws and there is no worry there.
1. I’m the father 18, the mother is 16. The mother... Read more »
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