My son's mom and I have a stipulation for child custody and support in California. She moved to Texas a few years ago and we have been following the CA stipulation. Now I am moving to TX as well and we want to make modifications to the stipulation (visitation and child support).
The Texas OAG would not allow negotiations for the enforcement to be completed during mediation without their involvement. The court keeps rescheduling the trial date, and the OAG hasn't shown up to court for their interest in the matter. I am prose, and I want to file a nonsuit due to being... View More
In most circumstances, a parent can be required to pay child support until a child reaches eighteen years of age and thereafter until the child graduates from high school as long as the child remains enrolled in secondary school.
At age 17, if a child is financially independent, the child...View More
My husband ex wife doesn’t let the kids call their dad and when their under the grandparents care it’s the same they don’t call him and if they Do someone (mom or grandparents) are sitting in front of them making sure they don’t say anything they’re not supposed to.
In a child custody case, the counterparty can request various things as part of the legal proceedings, including financial matters related to legal representation. They may raise concerns or objections about the source of your legal funds, such as money from your parents. However, whether their...View More
In Texas, the division of assets during a divorce is generally guided by community property laws. Community property laws dictate that most property acquired during the marriage is considered community property and is subject to equitable distribution between the spouses upon divorce....View More
We live in Texas and my child's father (divorced) failed to maintain insurance. He is court ordered to provide it and is supposed to pay half of our out of pocket. My child is Autistic and received 30+ hours of ABA per week. Apparently we now owe 16,000 to them because it's being... View More
It depends on the language of the divorce decree and possibly on other facts like could the same treatment have been received through a provider under a group health insurance plan available to one of the parents.
In Texas, a child who has turned 18 might have the possibility to collect remaining child support arrears, depending on the specific circumstances and court orders in place. If the child is legally entitled to these arrears, there are potential steps that can be taken to facilitate their...View More
Howdy. Try https://texaslawhelp.org/directory/texaslawhelporg. Most law schools in Texas have pro bono clinics - try contacting the Houston law schools for assistance. https://www.law.uh.edu/probono/ Good luck to you.
That may depend on what County the case is filed in. Most counties in Texas have standing orders that apply to all family law cases and those standing orders may prevent you leaving the county with the child the subject of the suit.
father is paying child support and now wants to stop child support payments. My son want to move in with his girlfriend and parents. What legal rights do I and my son have, I want him to continue living with me until he finishes High School. Please I need legal help. Is their some type of... View More
I am at the end of my child support obligation due to my daughter graduated from high school and turned 18. There is nothing in the original divorce decree about the continuation of payments after this to support college.
I have already filed a motion via the county court. This is an older... View More
Most support orders already specifically state that child support ends on the date of the earliest occurrence of one of several things, including the child turning 18 years of age and graduating from high school. When one of those things occurs, there is usually nothing more you have to do....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
In Texas, a parent's failure to file taxes may impact their ability to pay child support. When determining child support amounts, the court may consider the income of both parents. If the other party has not filed taxes for two years, it could affect the court's calculation of their income.
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
In Texas, child support is generally calculated based on the obligor's net resources, which include all sources of income such as wages, commissions, overtime pay, rental income, and self-employment income (including 1099 income).
The Texas Family Code typically considers all available...View More
My ex-husband refuses to pay the child support that we agreed to in divorce (has previously sent some money when he feels like it but it was never through proper child support routes, and he decides when and if he sends the money, and he is around $20,000 behind over the last 6 years)... and he is... View More
If Father is not paying child support as court ordered, then you would need to file an enforcement/contempt action against him and take him to court for nonpayment of child support. If held in contempt, the Judge could sentence him to jail time.
If there is not a law against a child that...View More
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