I am a father of two boys, ages 3 and 4. Recently their mother and I seperated because she confessed to infidelity. About two weeks have passed and she has made false claims against me that involves abuse. These are false, neither her nor i have obtained an attorney due to financial issues. It is... Read more »
The answer to your question is very fact specific and your question does not lend itself to a short, concise answer on a forum such as this one. I strongly recommend that you seek the advice of an experienced family law attorney, even if you only have enough money for an hour long consultation.
In criminal cases, if a defendant is released on personal bond for multiple felony and misdemeanor charges, and if there are different bond conditions for the felonies versus the misdemeanors, what happens if the felonies get dismissed but the misdemeanors don't? Are the bond conditions which... Read more »
If charges are dismissed and then refiled, it is likely that a new order setting bond conditions will have to be entered. If some charges are dismissed and some are not, whether any bond conditions are still in effect will depend on the cause numbers associated with the bond conditions.
If someone in Montana state signs a deffered prosecution agreement , but then travels down to Texas and gets a citation for drug paraphernalia and just pays the citation off does that violate Montana’s deffered ? Do these courts alert each other
He’s is undocumented but is legally married to a us citizen. His name is on the deed for the house they got together. He makes $13 or $40 sometimes $100 payments when ever he wants. What can I do to get him to pay the $10,000?
Hello I just got a divorce and the decree stated that my ex gets the house and all it’s debts. My ex was supposed to relieve me from the house completely including mortgage. Is the quitclaim deed the same as giving house rights over ? Is there anyway that I can drag him back to court and have him... Read more »
You may need to file a Motion to Enforce Decree of Divorce. This will likely require the services of a lawyer. I suggest that you find an experienced Family Law attorney in your area to evaluate this situation.
there father hasnt been around since they were 2yrs old hasnt paid child support or given anything financial. was given the oppertunity to write the state that he was the father and agreed that the sate help mee and its been 10yrs
My son and his girlfriend are no longer together, however neither one is allowing me to have my grandkids for the night, even though my granddaughter (3) begs and cries to come with me. It’s very sad to have to turn and leave her crying like she does. I use to get her on Thursday’s and they’d... Read more »
You would have to consult with a lawyer on this one. The threshold question for the lawyer to answer would be whether you have standing to bring the lawsuit (that is, the right to bring the lawsuit asking for grandparental visitation) as permitted by the Texas Family Code. It is a fact specific...Read more »
If your son is 18 years older or older and you are only obligated on the debt secured by your son's truck, but are not a co-owner, it is very doubtful that you could ever be held responsible for any accidents caused by your son in it.
He said I was getting on the interstate heading towards Louisiana and he said he clocked me driving 91 getting on the interstate I told the officer that is crazy cause my vehicle don't even go over 80 mph because of this program in my car wont let me drive over 80mph so I was already... Read more »
A person can be charged with possession of a controlled substance like methamphetamine even if the quantity is not usable. I suggest that you contact a criminal defense attorney that serves Harrison County, Texas.
Hi! I am pregnant with a guy here and we broke up about a month ago. I left our common apartment to stay with my sister because he was neglecting me at home. I’ve been at my sister’s for 2 weeks and he didn’t ask for the baby even less for me. I’ve been thinking and I want to go back to... Read more »
As long as you have a valid passport, have no outstanding warrants for any crime you may have committed, and France would not prevent you from flying in because of the Coronavirus, then there is no legal way that your baby's father can keep you here.
I’m looking at if me and my spouse qualify for common law marriage and what steps do we need to take to become a common law marriage. We have been living together for 2 years. I do live in Houston, Texas
In Texas, in order for a common law marriage to exist for a couple, there are three requirements: 1) both parties agree to be married, 2) the two hold themselves out to the public as married, and 3) they must live together (for any amount of time). Some people prefer to document a common law...Read more »
It depends on the facts and how the Judge views them. If the Judge believes that him doing so was necessary to protect the girl, your son should be fine. The best approach, however, is for your son to take the initiative, hire an attorney and file an Application for Temporary Restraining Ordre...Read more »
If you commingle your money into one account, that account might be garnished for payment towards an arrearage. You might be better often keeping separate accounts or even entering a prenuptial agreement.
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