The probation office is literally across the hall from the District Clerk's office. Is it really necessary to pay $150+ to have the officer served by a sheriff's deputy or is there a different process for court officials?
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 »
The answer to your question depends on the specific language of your Decree. We cannot answer it here since we do not know what your Decree says. I suggest that you contact an experienced family law attorney.
I suggest that you turn yourself in on a weekday afternoon on Monday through Wednesday. That way, you will likely be booked into jail, have to spend the night there and then be brought before a Magistrate the next morning. At that time, you can tell the Magistrate (usually a Justice of the Peace)...Read more »
My daughter is bipolar, is off her meds, 10 years now. My husband and I have been in their lives for 10 years. She just cut us off. I am scared for the kids. She does not take proper care of them. We are heart broken. I was at every birth.
We just want to spend time with the kids.... Read more »
Under the Texas Family Code, you have to have "standing" in order to bring a lawsuit to get Court ordered possession of or access to children. "Standing" essentially means the right to bring the lawsuit. It can be very technical. You need to consult with an experienced family...Read more »
Can a case that was dismissed be expunged if you have prior convictions? For instance, if you have a case dismissed in 2019 but you have a conviction for a separate case in 2015, can the dismissal be expunged or sealed?
I suggest contacting the prosecutor and telling him or her that you do not want the case prosecuted and that you want to sign an affidavit of non-prosecution. The prosecutor is not bound by the affidavit and can still prosecute the case anyway, but that may help.
Texas law allows for the emancipation of minors in certain circumstances. Any minor petitioning a Texas court for emancipation -- that is, being declared an adult in the eyes of the law -- must be a Texas resident, 17 years old (or 16 and living apart...Read more »
My ex wife signed over a poa to my current wife with no expiration date. My ex wife is going through an emotional break down and wants the kids back even though she is currently moving from hotel to hotel
Less than a gram of narcartics was found in my pickup truck while I was waiting for a friend that visited his girlfriend. Officers were called, I was questioned for tresspassing until they found the narcartics (probably my friends). Reguardless, I was arrested, spent a night in jail, my truck was... Read more »
He is now doing same thing to a man she is dating. She keeps him blocked and just contacts him concerning his visitation with children. Is their anything legal she can do to get him to stop.. We are also concerned about it turning to physical violence.
I still have packages and cannot send them knowing what I now know and want to file a police report because “the company” has my personal info like banking, SSN, and my drivers license but don’t want to implicate myself or get in trouble
My girls have stayed with me for the last two summers including holidays, weekends, and days off from school. I have no transportation and she has been dropping them off for visits. Last weekend I cancelled the weekend visit because of a winter storm. I have never cancelled before and this was the... Read more »
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