I told my ex-wife (she is primary custodial parent) that she did not have my permission to schedule extra-curricular activities for my son during my custody time (I have every Thursday and every other weekend), she schedule my son for karate every Monday and Thursday and is harassing me to take him... View More
I encourage parents to do their utmost to put their children first. Part of that process is for parents to confer with frequency about what is going on in their children's lives. Note - I have a bias here, as my 17 year old son is a second-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. The exercise,...View More
im 14 and got my girlfriend pregnant her parents are saying she has to have an abortion because having the baby can kill her and seriously hurt her and i looked it up and if that was the case it would be a mandatory abortion and now they dont even wanna tell if us shes gonna end up getting a... View More
Even after the Dobbs decision, a woman has the right to choose. A minor woman would need to work with her parents to obtain a timely abortion. If your girlfriend chooses to have the baby, keeps the baby, and gives you information, you could have the option of signing off on the baby's birth...View More
I bought half an acre while married to an ex and in a relationship with my new girl.
i then divorced my ex 3 yrs later.the lot is only under my name.while being in a the relationship with my new girl i started building a house with only my money and money my dad gave to me.10 yrs later we... View More
A motion to confer with child is a request to the court to interview the child in chambers to determine the child’s wishes as to possession, access, or any other issue in the suit affecting the parent-child relationship. This motion can be filed by a party, the amicus attorney, or the attorney ad...View More
My ex-husband and father of my 14 year old and I share joint managing conservatorship of our daughter with me being the primary parent. She lives with me and he has visitation whenever we agree or per our standard possession order. In the last year there have been a couple incidents that have... View More
Frankly, some judges remain sticklers about not condoning marijuana use. Others don't care. Here is a link to pertinent law on prosecution for possession. https://texas.public.law/statutes/tex._health_and_safety_code_section_481.121
You can try to file a motion to modify, with a...View More
My domestic partner is divorced for the last 6 years. The divorce was based on her inability to be in a partnership with her controlling and narcissist behaviors (i.e., she had him pull away from his own family for several years). When they had their child after a decade of trying she continued... View More
Are you presently represented by counsel? Has there been any counseling in regard to parental alienation or reunification therapy? Please realize that if a person fails to exercise access to which they are entitled, that can be taken into consideration in a modification proceeding. It is unclear...View More
My case has been closed for a year but the cos worker didn't bother to pick up my son at my sister's n bring him to me or even called me to pick him at the office nothing at all so now I'm trying to get him back cuz my sister doesn't want to give him back to me i had called to... View More
There may be an information gap here. If there was a pending CPS case, it is possible that a judgment was entered by default. Check with the District Clerk's office where the case was pending, and see if you can obtain a copy of the final order. If your sister was named a conservator of the...View More
If the child is traveling to Mexico alone or with a third party of legal age as tourists or with a short stay for study purposes (up to 180 days), authorization or a letter of consent from their parents or guardians is required
When departing from Mexico, apart from presenting a valid...View More
Extended standard order in county over for Previous kids (twins 2yr) who are only 1yr older. I use to watch all the children while ex worked, yes including the one I’m being kept from from birth until 7 months (when we separated) Now won’t let me keep them while working instead let’s friend... View More
As someone who is double Board Certified in Family Law and Child Welfare Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, I want to explain that I cannot provide any guarantees regarding the outcome of your case. The Texas Family Code governs family law matters in the state, and it is important to...View More
My daughter was living with this man and had a child. Since shortly after her death, we have been denied the ability to see or visit with the child. Furthermore, the boyfriend has closed all her accounts, transferred the title of her car, and is withholding her other property (specifically the... View More
Only 2 transactions have a memo “for child”. He with holds money when he is mad or tries to bribe me to do something in order for him to send it or says he will only give me cash in person and I won’t meet him to get ir. He’s borrowed money from me and not returned it and claimed a... View More
Dad bans her from contact w/me. Horrible neglect and abuse. She's in chins petition with placement with a friend mine but placement is no longer going to work and chins is being dropped. She cannot go back to her dad's care. She wants to live with me in Texas. What is the fastest way to... View More
Discourage your child from running away. There are civil and criminal penalties for kidnapping a child. In the given situation, where the daughter is currently in Washington state with her father and wants to live with you in Texas due to an extremely bad living situation, there are legal options...View More
It is unclear from your question whether any claim of child abuse has been lodged, and further, whether the photo somehow includes a child whose custody is at issue. Evidence takes many forms both in civil matters and in family law cases. If a photo is properly authenticated (taken at the time...View More
With no SPO or any other orders stating custody, what does this mean? My attorney disagrees with my research, ignores my calls. The custody filling started with an ex Parte order that shouldn’t have been ordered as the judge was misled with insufficient evidence. I have tons of evidentiary... View More
Wow, many items to unravel here. First, if you are having difficulties communicating with your attorney, it may be time for a change. Before you change, email, and request a conference - either in person or via zoom. Use that session not only to catch up, but to establish strategy for your case...View More
My sister has made it a point to hire her family friend to probate the will and didn't include me for some reason. Is there something for her to gain by doing this? And I have yet to receive a copy of the will. I do know that she is entitled to half of everything and the other half is to be... View More
During our marriage we purchase a house 1/3 mother in law, 1/3 spouse, 1/3 myself (loan) and sold with profit of 30k that amount has then been put into a house that is now under her name only that was purchased by her mother and forced to sign a balloon mortgage contract. She also made me sign a... View More
In Texas, all property is presumed to be community property. The burden of proof is on the person claiming something as their separate property to prove their claim by tracing the property claim back to the magic moment of inception of title. While your first home was purchased during marriage,...View More
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