Divorce decree says I have to be supervised when I have my kids by one of three of my family member's. (this is due to me not showing up for court for our divorce he won by default ) After doing this supervision deal for almost 2 years my ex then decided that there was no reason for me to have... Read more »
Hire an attorney to file a modification of your current order. Gather all your documentation and witnesses that can attest to the fact that you have been with the kids on numerous occasions and give it to your attorney. Until you get a new order from the court you are to follow the current order.
I had TRO signed last month because daughter was sexually assaulted by her mothers boyfriend who's also been arrested for assault on the mom. went to court for TRO and they signed paper I had to go to drug test place and pay for the drug test for the mother to take. She had came and gone from... Read more »
I was served an ex parte protective order two weeks ago from my ex-wife claiming abuse to my two children. She also opened a CPS case and after investigation it was closed with no findings of abuse. Today was the hearing and she nor her lawyer appeared. I was told by the baliff the case was taken... Read more »
What happens next depends on whether your ex decides to continue with pursuing the protective order or decides to drop it. If your ex decides to to continue then a new date will be set for a hearing and you should receive notice of the new hearing date.
I have 5 kids with 2 different women. My first son i have full custody of. My other 4 i am not aloud to even talk to because their mother and her parents. I got another girlfriend and she told me i can no longer speak to her or my kids. If i try they will move to another state. Her parents are... Read more »
A person can go to jail for not paying child support if they fall behind for a significant amount. The only way to get legal visitation rights is to have a court order signed by a judge. That order will include payment of child support. However, the other parent cannot stop visitation just because...Read more »
My child father is suing me for full custody of my son or visitation rights and he has never seen my son I also want to know if I do have a chance to terminate his parental rights cause he abandoned his child and has been charged with child endangerment and domestic violence against me and his... Read more »
If you feel the child is in danger hire an attorney to file an emergency request for relief. The attorney will take the appropriate steps to make sure that everything is filed in the correct place, that he hearing is set and that the other party receives notice of the hearing.
I recently left my partner of 8 years. We have a court order in which we share custody of our 6-year-old daughter. He sends me an excessive amount of messages throughout the day constantly asking about my daughter. He has already been advised by Police to not message me unless it's about the... Read more »
If this is for the purposes of a court proceeding discovery can be served on that person asking them to state the dates, places, times etc. that they claim to have been there. Next steps would be dependent upon that person's discovery responses.
I am about 3000 in debt. I have had 2 children since original order and one has a sensory disorder. I have a form from his dr saying i cannot work due to his therapy sessions and there being no one else to care for him. I just cannot afford to pay but do not want to go to jail which is a very real... Read more »
My boys are both over 18 now so my ex only sends $400 a month now. We have not been back to court to amend anything. He recently quit his job and moved to Colorado with his his girlfriend. Now that he is out of a job I have gotten one late payment and no payment this month so far. What do I do?
My wife and I are planning on selling our home and buying two separate homes with the proceeds, one in Texas and one in Michigan. The mortgage on the Texas home will be solely in my name. Since Texas is a community property state, what can be done to ensure the house remains solely my property in... Read more »
My childs father won't let me see my baby or talk to her i have no idea if she is okay its been almost 4 weeks now if my child is at a home with the girlfriend do i have the right to pick up my child since she is mine??
His fiancé has never had kids and my child says she is mean to him. My ex has a revolving door of women. I don’t think they will get married and I don’t want to add more drama unless he gets legally married.
It was only supposed to be a visit to show her family our son but with the recent covid outbreak we stayed longer that expected well now that we can return home she no longer wishes to live in texas & wants to stay in Louisiana. Can I legally leave with my son & go back home to Texas?
Me and my sibling had a falling out a couple yrs back,we havent spoken in yrs. They werent going to tell she passed they only did because of a insurance policy to which i am the primary benefactor and they could not get around that. They even as far as changing her funeral date so nobody got to... Read more »
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