I am the custodial parent. Her father is the non-custodial parent in the court order. He is always vague about what time he will arrive, often sends other people (who are not listed on the custodial agreement as a designated person) to pick her up instead. He is also always late to pick her up and... Read more »
My ex and I are joint conservators with our 9 year old daughter. This agreement was finalized 1/2021. Since then he has made no attempts to see her besides the summer visitation in which she had to travel to AZ to see him. He is about to have another child and my daughter does not want to spend... Read more »
No papers have been filed yet, but I travel for work, being home once a month or so. We have 6 children and she decided recently that she wanted a divorce. Is she entitled to the vehicle if she is the custodial parent and am I still obligated to continue payments on said vehicle regardless of... Read more »
If your ex is on bond one way to handle the arrears would be she does not pay you child support until. She gets credit for your arrears. If the arrears us owed for Medicaid you still will have to pay that portion
Obviously, I do not have the money to pay this off. Getting a loan isn't possible due to my horrendous credit score. Holding a job has been very difficult for me(no excuse, I know). I currently have a job, but it is low paying($10 per hour). I don't want to go to prison.
They’re trying to see if I’m being abused (I am not) I already talked to them today and she said she’d need to talk to do follow ups randomly. I was wondering if the fifth amendment applies to me and what my rights are when it comes to talking to the case worker.
If there is a court order unless you get the fathers permission you cant let your son move, If the father is not seeing your son that may be a different story, If he is not paying child support but seeing your son file a Motion for contempt.
They refused to remove the lien . The AG over charged me for child support, financially crippling me , I had to get property tax loans , this went on for 10 years .. My way out was to refinance my house , but because of this fraudulent lien I was unable to refinance.. I’ve gotten the run around... Read more »
Wife took promotion 2 hours away, we got her an apartment to stay in durig the week. Has been cheating with coworker from here that moved to the same location previously. So basically she followed him. Once I found out, she left me in a new rent house, with our 2 kids, plus my stepson., but would... Read more »
Your wife has had the kids for 5 months and before you file for divorce you need to get back where she lives and get your kids fifty percent of the time. I would not fight over money right now, . You did not state how old the kids are, If they ar 12 or older they can talk to the judge about where...Read more »
AG is telling me come April the child support will end even though my daughter is only 12, because they only have a temp order in file. It seems my ex attorney didn’t finalize the final order after we went to court due to a past due invoice. What are my options to get them finalized?
Them unattended. Recently the 12 year old has been complaining about his mother leaving them alone and making the 14 year old cook and clean for them, alongside taking care of their 6or 7 dogs in their 3 bedroom apartment. She shares a custody agreement with the father who has the 1.3,5 weekends... Read more »
If Father is in a position to take over custody of his children, he should file a Petition to Modify the Parent-Child Relationship in the county that the original court order was issued. This situation certainly sounds like there are circumstances that would significantly impair the physical and...Read more »
Texas law allows you to request a modification of a parent's child support obligation if there has been a "material and substantial change" in the circumstances of either parent or the child since the current order was entered OR 1) three years have passed since the original ordered...Read more »
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