Has been multiple incidents with physical mental and verbal abuse as well as abandonment and adultery there's also one biological child in household as well as a non-biological child who is mentally disabled with autism who has also been verbally and mentally abused by spouse
You would need to assert your grounds for the divorce in your petition. Issues regarding children will also be dealt with during your divorce. Child issues consist of things like rights and duties regarding the children, child support, and possession and access (visitation). It sounds like you...Read more »
My son has 4 court order supervised visits by someone that the mother chooses. Every person we pick she says no about. Her excuses is she doesn’t know them. Which is not true because one of them has been in my child’s life since she was born and my ex’s life as well. Every time it is time for... Read more »
You need to file a motion to enforce and modify the current order.
If you your funds are low I would suggest that you start thinking about how you can gather funds to hire a lawyer. Maybe you can save it up, borrow it, sell something, or pick up a side hustle. It may take you awhile, but...Read more »
Im a victim of domestic violence back in Dec. Were going to court for a protective order Wednesday, trying to include my daughter in it. Just trying to figure out what happens to the custody order if she is included or if she isnt included.
My son's great grandmother took him for a hair follicle, without my consent. He tested positive and she called CPS. The investigation has been open for almost 90 days with little contact from the investigator. They asked me to leave the home, leaving my son with his great grandmother. I have yet to... Read more »
This case has been going on for a year or so, he is trying to get custody of his son. His parents have custody at the moment. The mom has three endangerment charges out of a Harris County. And a possession charge, and these are all recent. She doesn’t want me around her son, and she just filed... Read more »
My husband and I are in the process of getting a divorce. We have 2 children-13 year old daughter and 8 year old son. My teenage daughter got upset with me and now has been with her dad for 2 months not wanting to come back home with me. I have been under severe stress and have lost my job. When... Read more »
You will need to file a petition in suit affecting parent child relationship. Either to establish parentage thru DNA testing or, if you're able to sign an Acknowledgement of Paternity, that will make you the legal father and then you're past having to prove your're the father and you will deal with...Read more »
That’s awesome for you all to come together for the benefit of your child! You should be able to obtain an attorney who can explain to you the options so that you can proceed accordingly. It will be less costly since you all agree. 888–343-4529. Good luck.
He owns the house and said that he is going to keep the 9 month old baby. Without a custody hearing can he legally prevent her from seeing the baby, and can she take the baby with her when she moves into my place?
Someone needs to get immediate legal temporary custody of the child without it both parents technically have rights to the child; however, the Courts will usually lean towards the mother of a baby especially if breast feeding or similar.
Until you have a court order that says anything different the property can be taken by either party. In order to avoid that you have to file a motion for temporary restraining order as it relates to the property issues. Let us know if we can help. 888-343-4529. Good luck.
My son was 2 his mother and i agreed to call it off. He lived with her for a few months before living with me for years, up until kindergarten. He moved with his mom and his 3rd grade year came back to live with me. Including weekends, summer and holidays i have had my son more! I received notice... Read more »
im 17, almost 18 in a couple of months. i was taken from cps at around the age 11 maybe and then lived with my grandma because she took my custody i was 13 /14 at the time. after living there for a while i got in a huge fight with my older cousin ( male ) he almost got violent with me & that day... Read more »
If anyone were to face criminal charges (or contempt) in this situation it would most likely be your mom. If you come back to the States before your 18th birthday any adult you stay with could be charged with Harboring a Runaway Child.
I am the domiciliary parent of my 9 year old daughter. Her father has joint physical custody, but he lives in another state. Our agreement was written and signed in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, he resides now in Mississippi, and I live in Texas. It states that she primarily resides with me, with... Read more »
Since your order is effective in LA then you have to start there to enforce the order already in place. Possibly you may be able to have it modified in Texas if certain factors are in play. Good luck 888-343-4629.
My father is an alcoholic and my parents are always fighting. They plan on being divorced Jan 09, 2020 and my stepmom wants me to live with her. I feel like I would be better off living with her. What steps could I take to make this official?
the youngest daughter (13) wants to move with her dad so the mom moved from Texas to Florida without telling anyone. How do the visitation work with this situation? And was the mother supposed to report that she was moving?
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