We just purchased a home under both our names but did not put any money down from the sale of his house. I am now currently paying for the mortgage of new home. In case of a divorce am I entitled to the money he has from selling his previous home. When we lived there I contributed to the house... View More
It depends on the facts of the case. Talk to your attorney.
Generally, a restriction will bind the children’s primary residence to one county and either the counties contiguous to their home county or places within a certain distance from their home city. Without an agreement or court...View More
There was orders for supervised visitation, but she has refused to accept or agree on a supervisor for 6 weeks. So I’ve missed 3 visits with my children and am being refused contact on my sons birthday
After fighting for jurisdiction of our divorce, and the courts closing down last year for coronavirus, my ex has has been uncooperative with my attorney in order to get our divorce before a judge and finalized. We’re currently headed to mediation. However, I just found out that he “remarried... View More
You should contact an attorney but generally speaking bigamy is actually a criminal offense under Texas law, although a defendant can escape conviction if they reasonably believed they were not already married when they entered their second marriage.
My ex wife, who is the custodial parent wants to get braces for our daughter. I've told her multiple times I am not in a position to pay for them at this time but she is trying to push it through anyways and make me pay for half. Is she able to essentially force me to pay for them even if the... View More
There is something called medical support in Texas.
Under Texas Family Code 154.064, the law requires the parent who is paying child support also normally provide medical coverage for the child through his or her health insurance at a reasonable cost. However, this cost is not to exceed...View More
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