We do not share information on who we date with one another. I am ready to remarry. Since remarriage doesn't usually affect child support payments, am I required to submit some form of notification to the other parent or can I keep my life private. This is under the assumption that the new spouse... Read more »
October of 2018 was when I took her to court and not a year later she’s been doing this for 6 months now what do I need to do to prove she is lying and it’s making it had because she misses a lot of or meetings. My daughter is almost 2 now and I can’t see her alone nor nor for 2 hours
Make sure that you understand the terms of your order. Once you do then send her requests in writing and then make sure that you are actually showing up at the specific time and place set out in the order. Get proof that you were there. If possible have a good witness with you. If she does not...Read more »
My 10 year old came to me crying stating he feels he is in a tug of war between myself (mother) and his grandmother. She undermines my parenting as much as she can when my son goes over to her house. Example- his teacher said he wasn’t doing well in class because he “just doesn’t care” so I... Read more »
Hire a lawyer to file a Petition to Modify the last order giving GM visitation. And, if your court order permits, take your child to see a mental health professional (one who doesn’t mind testifying in court!) and get the counselor to back you up.
Yes you do. If not, then you will owe child support for the time that she lives with you. The mother could file a writ to make her return. In this situation it is just best to talk and get an agreement among yourselves and take it to an attorney for a quick resolution. The attorney could file...Read more »
Judge ruled at the last hearing he has no jurisdiction to continue with the emergency custody case he had previously granted to the father. Judge did not enter his oral ruling with the court clerk. I have initial custody from my home State Virginia. I need the emergency custody order vacated so... Read more »
If that is your wife’s child then she has the same rights to possession of your child if there are no set out orders. If you feel the need to get orders put into place then consult an attorney. Good luck. 888-343-4529.
When I started paying child support 4 years ago I had I job where I was making decent money. I lost that job shortly after but my child support amount 4 years later is still the same amount from when I was working that job. Ive made several attempts to get it changed because I don't make no where... Read more »
I am needing to know if I have a case or not. I have gotten different answers from different attorneys. My son’s grandparents sued me for visitation when their son died. My son was 3 and is now 10. They alienate my parenting with undermining and play “good cop, bad cop” so my rules don’t... Read more »
No paternity was established and it was signed after they where born does that mean she can try to take me to court and make me do a dna test when I do not think they are mine. While she was sleeping with her ex she got pregnant And can she get child support from me. If they are mine even though... Read more »
The signing of the informal document you reference does not override any court action. However, it can be used as evidence especially if you are being asked to pay retroactive child support. Do not ignore any requests for the court simply because you believe that the document that you signed...Read more »
We had court on August 23rd. my (now former) legal representation has been absent since the court date and hasn’t filed the paperwork. There were orders to move child support up from the 6% the NCP currently pays to guideline limits. The opposing council was ordered on this date to supply income... Read more »
The father of my children is trying to move to Oklahoma because it is a “father Favoritism state than Texas.” What exactly would you need to get primary custody of your child? I’m not trying to have my children that far apart. I really want the children to be close to their mother and father... Read more »
You need to file and get an order in place and work on not allowing the kids to live there. If his name is on birth certificate and there are no orders, then he has rights to take them unless you get an order. 888-343-4529.
Private adoption is still allowed but is very strictly regulated to prevent intermediary placement by any person who is not the parent of the child or who is a licensed child adoption agency. So if the Mother approaches you directly and asks you to adopt her child, without a third party acting as...Read more »
She also blocked me on all social media. I can’t contact her, or my child. She had also moved to a new house within a week of me telling her this, and I don’t know what the address is. How can I find it for her to be served with the papers?
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question. The first question I have is how old is you child? If he/she is old enough to go to school, you can likely have her served at school during pickup and drop off. If child is not in school, you may want to consider employing a private...Read more »
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