I am the custodial parent, however he took her for a visit and refused to give her back and then had a restraining order files. . The hearing has been reset to mid October as he is required to get a nail drug test bc he is an addict and is on felony probation. Since it has been over 14 days since... Read more »
Under the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure, a Temporary Restraining Order usually expires on its own 14 days after it has been issued. TRO's are often extended, however. I suggest that you call the District Clerk to ask.
The police took his gun collection because he had a felon. He was trying to sell his guns to help pay for his legal bills. My brother committed suicide last week and I am the next of kin. I want to sell the guns to pay for his final arrangements. His gun collection was worth 10’s of thousands... Read more »
You have the right to ask, but it does not mean that the police will comply. I suggest that you contact the police chief of the District Attorney and explain the situation and see if they can accommodate you. If not, a lawyer may be able to help you.
Our son, has bad allergies. He has a good computer job and works from his home. If he allows his girlfriend to move in, can he make her move out? What if he cannot get along with her and needs to end the relationship? What are legal issues?
I was charged with a class A misdemeanor for assault causes bodily injury family member after a domestic dispute with my wife in which I reached for the remote from her and grabbed her arm to retrieve it after she would not give it back. She called the police and later called back to have the... Read more »
The State can prosecute a person believed to have committed a crime even if the alleged victim tells them that he or she does not want the case prosecuted. You will likely need to have a lawyer to help you in this situation. If you are in our geographic area, we would be happy to help....Read more »
Unless you or he is under a Court order not to communicate, it is not unlawful for you to visit. If you talk about the case, however, and you are asked about the conversation under oath later, you will have to answer truthfully.
I filed for modification of custody. My ex husband drove drunk to police station with our child, assaulted me, and evaded arrest. Before that, he was sending me threatening and harassing text messages constantly. He also refuses to refinance the car that he was awarded in the divorce so its... Read more »
Lived together from 1967 to 1976 as Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Prado. He fathered 3 children with me and have Birth certificates with his name as father. we bought two properties during that time and they are listed under both our names. He is ill, and he has sent me a certified letter with quick... Read more »
My Father never signed prenuptial agreement with my stepmother. They lived in a triple wide trailer on my grandfathers land with tractors and other large equipment. She completely abandoned everything and moved to Dallas. My Grandfather is my POA because I live in another state. He has brought to... Read more »
In order to prevail on a Motion to Modify custody, you have to prove two things: 1) A substantial and material change of circumstances on the part of the mother, the father, the child or some combination of the three, and 2) that the requested modification is in the best interests of a child. I...Read more »
I was involved in an auto accident in Oklahoma in July. Was rear ended on Interestate after having to stop at over 40 MPH on I 35 by a truck towing another truck. Car was totaled. My insurance company setteled with my car damages but the company of the car that hit me is only claiming half... Read more »
Hi - I am trying to remove/hide/seal from public record - a civil temporary protective order request that was denied/dismissed at the hearing in Denton County. I have read about the motion for non-disclosure - but everything I read is specific to criminal cases - not civil. I am wanting to file... Read more »
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