My husband is having an affair, we are separated. We have a 19th month old daughter and son on the way. I am trying to see what we need to for custody until we can officially get divorced or figure things out
Texas does not recognize what other states refer to as legal separation. It’s important to file for a divorce to get temporary orders regarding custody and assets/debt while you are separated pending a divorce. If things work out then you can always nonsuit the divorce. However, without court...View More
Long story short my cousin needs out of the situation she’s in. All of my family is either on drugs, alcoholics or men in and out of the house. She needs a safe secure space so she doesn’t end up like them. Everyone seems to be on board because they agree she needs a better life. How would I go... View More
The child would need to live with you for 6 months in Texas before you can adopt her in Texas. The first step is to get her living with you. The parents would need to sign a power of attorney granting you guardianship over here in order for her to live with you and for you to be able to enroll her...View More
A party in a suit can request anything. It doesn’t mean they are going to get it. The source of financing your legal fees would only come into play in a few situations, such as you are requesting the other party pay your legal fees.
My partner and I are planning to get married at the courthouse before the baby is born in February. No cheating involved; my ex and I have been long-term separated/agreed to divorce so there is absolutely no question of paternity, we only delayed filing til recently because we were figuring out... View More
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