I originally was ordered to pay $242 in child support the first of each month. I lost my job and was without a job for about two months. I now have a temporary job that is giving me checks every week, but the child support is not automatically coming out. Before at my old job I was paid bi-weekly... Read more »
My husband wants to modify his child support and hoping it goes down due to us having 2 children together. At this moment we are currently busy and what works best for us is getting my step daughter every 2 weeks like he’s supposed to and like he’s been doing so. If he modify’s child support... Read more »
She can't request the days be changed based on the child support amount. She can ask for the days to be changed based on other reasons. For example, she can say that the current visitation schedule is not in the child's best interest because she is always late and doesn't get her school work done...Read more »
It depends on what your court order says. If the court order says that it was to be provided and you don't want to provide it then you need to get court order modifying that provision so that it no longer has to be provided. But, you must give judge a justifiable reason and provide proof.
I have a qdro to be signed judge refused I think I put wrong divorce on it said not entitled the first one said I was how do I fix this? When he left At&T took all retirement with him. Married moved to MN. She divorced him as well. I don’t know how long he wkd at Apple or know if it’s worth... Read more »
Were you granted the funds you are trying to get in either of your divorces? You should retain an attorney to assist you. An attorney is not going to be able to answer this for you without having access to all the documents and the authority to research the issue.
Power of attorney will give her power to do whatever you list in the power of attorney.
However, be careful leaving your child with someone temporarily for long periods of time. If they decide to file something against you to keep your kid the length of time the child was left there will...Read more »
continued from above : months,9 hours away.althpugh we have joint custody and she was supposed to come live with me? him and his parents are nuts,ihey think im aboutto say "heres my daughter,you can have her" umm not gonna happen but myquestion is.does his parents or even him at this point,even... Read more »
I have a 6 yo child. The father was married (estranged). We went to court in 2018 to establish paternal rights, joint managing conservatorship, joint possession and access, weekly possession on Alternating weeks, etc. The father is in violation of the court order and has taken full possession of... Read more »
Your situation is complicated. You should explore your options of getting funds to retain an attorney. You should do this as soon as possible because the longer you allow child to be at father's the more difficult it will be to get her back.
aking in a runaway child without permission from the child’s parent or legal guarding is known as “harboring a runaway” and it’s illegal. Under Texas Penal Code 25.06, a person commits an offense if he knowingly harbors, or hides, a child and he is criminally negligent about whether the...Read more »
Courts will do what is in the best interest of a child. It is not in the best interest of a child for an abusive person to have custody. However, an abusive person can get supervised visitation in some instances.
One week ago my son called police due to my husband threatening suicide. He was taken to a mental health facility for a few days and released with a treatment plan and case worker. No charges were filed by officers. The case worker had to report to CPS due to my son making the call. CPS started an... Read more »
Dad is in hospital x 1 month, sheriff came in yesterday acc. to nurse, then grdaughter came in, and papers brought by sheriff were gone. He is hospital bound and cannot leave, and she is not capable of guardianship.
We are being investigated on allegations of drug use and have complied with drug screening, an initial interview, and a home safe test. She assured us that we met the standards during the interview and home test. I'm still very worried and scared after reading horror story upon horror story.
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 »
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