My roommate's ex picks up the kids from our place. I have a criminal trespassing warning telling him he can't come onto the property. He says he doesn't have to follow that because he has a custody agreement. I read the custody agreement and it doesn't say he has to be on the... Read more »
She's saying it's a violation of our custody agreement if I don't let them go to their house for Christmas break. He's not there, he's in jail and has been for 3 months. I don't feel comfortable leaving them there for 3 weeks without their father present.
I filed to have my daughters last name changed and to get full custody. Since filing it has now been over a year since we’ve had any contact from her biological dad. We are at the point where an attorney ad litem has been appointed and paid but it’s been 6 months and she refuses to file the... Read more »
I am a father of two boys, ages 3 and 4. Recently their mother and I seperated because she confessed to infidelity. About two weeks have passed and she has made false claims against me that involves abuse. These are false, neither her nor i have obtained an attorney due to financial issues. It is... Read more »
It depends on the totality of the circumstances and the person's current situation. The person seeking guardianship can file with the court under certain circumstances in order to show that they are a good candidate for guardianship.
More information is needed. However, in general, the court needs clear and convincing evidence that a person is mentally or physically abusive to their child before the termination of parental rights. If child protective services is involved in the case there are numerous reasons that a...Read more »
If you and the father have a court order in place already, you will have to file for a modification from the court. If you and the father do not have a court order in place you will need to file to get one. You are also going to likely need a child custody evaluation, a request for Judge to...Read more »
Custodial parent is making their own schedule rather than going by court order she moved to NV from TX and refuses to tell me where she is so I can go by court order and pick him up from her residence or meet me at the airport but without the date for school let out I don’t know when I’m... Read more »
there father hasnt been around since they were 2yrs old hasnt paid child support or given anything financial. was given the oppertunity to write the state that he was the father and agreed that the sate help mee and its been 10yrs
After agreeing on split custody of our 2 kids we got back together not much later. Our court orders were one week me one week with him, and both had to stay residents of Ector County. 2 years ago we moved to San Antonio because of His job. We have decided to split again.He has now been w/o a job... Read more »
Close in the next week but recently he let me know that he was going to take me to court for custody and he said he was going to keep her even if my case is closed & even if I have court order from the judge saying I'm primary custodian till we go to court and they decided..can he do that... Read more »
One approach is to get a lawyer in Texas to file to register the Mississippi order in Texas. At the same time, a lawyer in Mississippi can file a plea to jurisdiction or whatever the equivalent is in Mississippi.
No. But, the father should hire a lawyer to establish himself as a legal father and get a court order that outlines who the child will live with, where the child is allowed to live, visitation, child support, and medical support.
***This is for educational purposes and does not constitute...Read more »
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