It is common, as a condition of probation, that you would be ordered to support your children. As long as you are able to do so without government assistance or child support from the other parent, it is arguable that ordering you to file for child support exceeds the power of the court....Read more »
He has filed false claims in another state as well and I showed proof of his lies and the state not having jurisdiction. The judge's statement ruling states he frauded himself in that court. That was in Sep. He has brought basically the same accusations it an unknowing judge in Texas and now... Read more »
My boyfriend proposed and i moved in with him to a home that was given to him by his parents. There is about 100 thousand equity in the house. We have been together 9 years and have 2 children ages 6 and 3 We have both worked and shared expenses 50/50. I have an engagement ring but we never... Read more »
Trust funds are generally not safe from child support or alimony. This is true even if they are spendthrift trusts. You might review the article “Are Trust Funds Safe From Claims For Alimony or Child Support?” Trusts & Estates (April 2013).
Mom was ordered to apply for Texas Medicaid by court, Dad is paying for premium to the state of Texas. Mom refuses apply and is asking dad for 50% of medical expenses. Per court documents “a parent ordered to provide for Health insurance … who fails to do so is liable for necessary medical... Read more »
I the mother am the custodial parent of my son My sister in law is the caregiver and POA of my disabled husband who I am separated from (the non custodial parent) of my son. She is interfering with the child support court order that states that I am to mediate the supervised visitations with no one... Read more »
I had filed an enforcement of visitation on the mother of my son but was unable to get her served in time. She then filed her own cases against me. I filed my answer assuming the visitation enforcement would be a part of it, but I'm not sure about that now. Can I still request the enforcement... Read more »
My child isnt in school yet. shes only 4. The father is trying to get her half of christmas break because the custody papers say when shes in school he gets her half but she isnt in school yet. its standard christmas break for parenting time. It says the father gets her from the first day of... Read more »
Sec. 153.3101. REFERENCE TO "SCHOOL" IN STANDARD POSSESSION ORDER. In a standard possession order, "school" means the elementary or secondary school in which the child is enrolled or, if the child is not enrolled in an elementary or secondary school, the public school district...Read more »
(b) To appeal an associate judge's decision, other than the issuance of a temporary restraining order or temporary injunction, a party must file an appeal in the referring court not later than the seventh day after the date the party receives notice of the decision under Subsection (a)....Read more »
It is possible the military made a mistake and didn’t withhold enough. It is also possible that there was a gap in time between when the child support order went into effect and when the military began withholding from his pay. If he didn’t make direct payments during that gap in time, he...Read more »
If the temporary orders were made by an Associate Judge, you should file a proper and timely objection to the specific parts of the order which with you disagree and promptly set it for hearing before the district judge.
My child’s father and I went to court in March 2022 for a temporary hearing I was granted primary custody and child support. I was pro se and he had a lawyer the judge ordered his lawyer to file the order. However, after about six months of waiting, I finally found out that he stopped paying his... Read more »
Birth Cert signed by us (Both parents) but the mom decided to cut me off from the child for all these years. I respected that and gave her space, now i want the child back so he can grow with his other siblings( i have a new family now). We live in different states. Any chance i could get custody... Read more »
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