I have been in an abusive marriage for the past four years. We have been together for five years. It is incredibly toxic & I have finally decided leave. Prior to Covid I was a hairstylist however I developed severe carpal tunnel & my wife asked me to stop working in order to take care of... Read more »
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. I would suggest that you hire a local family law attorney in your area -- they will be better able to assist you once they have a better understanding of the fact surrounding your situation!
Generally, however, spousal maintenance is difficult to obtain.
Do i need to get a lawyer to make an appeal or i can do it my self Need help i only have 1 day to make an appeal for eviction i havemt been available to find a place to stay do i need a lawyer to make an appeal or i can do it my self i have kids and cant find a place to live and in the court they... Read more »
Yes, if you're unsure with how to go about the appeals process, I would strongly recommend that you reach out to an attorney and set up a consult as soon as possible. They will be able to review the eviction order with you and advise you as to how to best proceed. I wish you all the best!
How u do to make an eviction appeal?i have 5 days to evacate the property how can i do to appeal before my 5 day dont have a place to go and have kids after the court can the landlord and me get to an agreetmen or not anymore
Did you attend the eviction hearing? The judge should have gave some specifics as to how much the appeal bond would cost and what the deadline to do so is. You should be able to contact the court and request a copy of the order.
I would strongly advise that you hire a local attorney in El...Read more »
It depends. I would reach out to a landlord-tenant attorney in your area (Houston) and bring the lease with you and any documentation (photos, videos) with you to the consult. They will be able to assist in helping to you determine if there are grounds for an eviction. Generally, if there is a...Read more »
I signed for child support i wanted 50/50 custody but father said no he wants full custody he lied to the judge about my child living with him judge took his verbal word from him gave him temporarily full custody and all rights wile i pay for child support and get every 1st 3rd and 5th weekends... Read more »
I would suggest that you hire a family law attorney in the San Antonio area right away. The attorney will be able to assist you in putting forward your best argument for the upcoming final hearing or perhaps assist in settling the matter via mediation.
im going through divorce. we havent gone to court yet. my daughters, 14 and 15, have chosen to live with me, not her. Mothers day weekend, was her first weekend to have them since she moved out a month ago. the very first night she took them to a biker party at her new boyfriends house, got... Read more »
I would suggest that you reach out to a local family law attorney in your area (Irving) so the attorney can sit down with you, learn what's been filed so far in the matter and better understand the facts surrounding your situation.
Adultery is not illegal in Texas. However, it may...Read more »
Thanks for your question! We would need some more context as I'm not sure what your question is exactly. I would suggest that you reach out to a local family law attorney in your area so they can sit down with you and learn more about your situation and review the child support order....Read more »
We as conservators get 5 extra days of possession during summer break, we have to summit a written request for the dates of our choosing, but my ex didnt request dates until a month and a half after the deadline. There is no default days in our modified order, order is for 7 days with me, 7 days... Read more »
She keeps saying I can come down there and visit her but I'm not on any visitation papers or anyting and I don't want visitation I want to actually pick up my daughter and go to my house and bring her back in a day or so I'm on the birth certificate she's my daughter I just... Read more »
The mother of my child took my daughter away from me when she was 3 yrs. old I have not seen her since. I have not been to court at all, but I was ordered to pay child support. I had no knowledge of such order until I came home. I have not had any contact with her mother or her, She refuses. I... Read more »
Yes, it appears to be. This remedy involves more than just these subpoints. I believe there are three additional requirements that need to be also met as well as some other code sections that flesh out what "notice" means.
I am not sure if you are the landlord or the tenant here,...Read more »
Apt did not use contracted towing company as what’s listed in my contract and outside buildings. They will not tell me a reason my car was towed. Who ever took my car did not leave any information on where my car was taken to. They did not register my car as towed, so it has been stolen. I made a... Read more »
Sorry to hear about that! In regards to the fees that you are being charged, on the invoices you are receiving, there should be a phone or email address that you can reach out to figure out what's going on.
My ex and I meet half way on my weekends to see my son as it is stated in our MSA to do so on those weekends. However, My MSA states that during my designated summer time with him that my ex can designate 2 non consecutive weekends to have him. It states ""Conservator" may have... Read more »
Thanks for your question! I would reach out to a family law attorney in your area (I didn't see a city listed on your question) so the attorney can review the final order with you and learn more about the facts surrounding your situation.
It sounds like you are wanting to modify the...Read more »
My original child support order was created in 2009 and supposedly expired in 2011 from what I am being told. However, I continued to pay from 2009 to current through our registry only account until recently when my daughter’s mom requested a modification. I have since agreed to the new amount... Read more »
Thanks for your question! It sounds like it'd be helpful to reach out to a local, family law attorney in the area (New Braunfels) so they can learn more about the facts in this current matter and also review the original child support order from 2009.
In Texas, after I gather all my evidence (police reports, receipts, etc) how long do I have to file motion to enforce for child visitation? Is there a cut off date for filing? After the denied visits, how much time can pass before I file?
Thanks for your question! I would recommend reaching out to a local family law attorney in your area so the attorney can review your final order with you and discuss the facts surrounding your situation.
The Texas Family Code states that the court retains jurisdiction if the motion for...Read more »
I am not a doctor and am not sure what those prescriptions are for, but since you're both married and this is your son, you both are free to make medical choices regarding your son, either jointly or separately.
Me and my ex spouse were married for 12 years and divorced in Texas. This was a uncontested divorce and the decree lists us both as joint managing conservators with her as the custodial parent. There is not a standard possession order it only states that visitation will be agreeable by both... Read more »
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