My ex took me to court to lift geographical restrictions, modify child support and a few other things in 2010. Everything in the order was awarded to my ex. More child support, geographical restrictions were lifted, and This is what the ordered said regarding attorneys fees- does that mean I have... Read more »
It simply means you pay your lawyer what you owe her and your ex-spouse pays his/her attorney . Generally it means if you don't owe anything to your lawyer, you owe nothing to anyone under this provision of the order. If you didn't have a lawyer, you probably don't owe any attorneys...Read more »
social media post supporting “all lives matter” & would like to discuss this to find if I have any options to fight this. I have been called a racist, bullied & harassed by members of the sorority. Thank you in advance.
Thanks for your question and I am sorry for the way you have been treated. You will need to find a lawyer that can help you with a civil rights claim as well as for a violation of your First Amendment rights (freedom of speech).
If your rights were violated by law enforcement it could be a...Read more »
I’m looking at if me and my spouse qualify for common law marriage and what steps do we need to take to become a common law marriage. We have been living together for 2 years. I do live in Houston, Texas
In Texas, in order for a common law marriage to exist for a couple, there are three requirements: 1) both parties agree to be married, 2) the two hold themselves out to the public as married, and 3) they must live together (for any amount of time). Some people prefer to document a common law...Read more »
House in grandparents name we've lived in home last five years with his father until he passed away. court for eviction is on the 15th odessa tx grandparents left the house to their children and grandchildren
Hi - I am trying to remove/hide/seal from public record - a civil temporary protective order request that was denied/dismissed at the hearing in Denton County. I have read about the motion for non-disclosure - but everything I read is specific to criminal cases - not civil. I am wanting to file... Read more »
Provide a copy of the video to your friend's criminal defense attorney.
See chapter 14 of the Code of Criminal Procedure if you are curious about the list of situations where a peace officer can make an arrest without a warrant. https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/CR/htm/CR.14.htm
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. I can't speak for the state court system in Texas, but as a GENERAL matter in many jurisdictions, what can typically happen if a counterclaim exceeds the court's limit is that the matter can be removed to...Read more »
A Texas attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It's difficult to address such a situation with a quick response. Aside from applicable Texas rules for attorneys, it could hinge on what you used the attorney for in the past, what she or he knows about you, any...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. As a GENERAL matter, it could be conflict, maybe not be the readily apparent type where an attorney could not simultaneously represent two parties of opposed interests in the same transaction (such as both sides in a...Read more »
The deal was they would pay me 1600 once the dog was breeded and had puppies, the dog has been breeded 4 times already and I have only received $50. I have lost my apartment along with my car,can I sue and keep the dog f or non paymnt AND 3 years have already passed
6 months ago my sister was watching my son while I was at work. My son’s father arrived unannounced to pick him up (we didn’t have a custody agreement at that time). My sister didn’t know who was at the front door and grabbed my son from leaving. His dad called the cops and accused my sister... Read more »
The DA's decision not to prosecute your sister for a crime doesn't determine the outcome of the CPS case because the two agencies have different roles and different perspectives. To prove a crime, the DA's office would need to show that your sister acted with malicious intent or...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best here, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a GENERAL matter in most any jurisdiction, the answer is generally yes. Such facilities, as a policy, do not suspend accrual of storage fees on Saturdays and Sundays. A Texas attorney could advise more...Read more »
Text messages can be a valuable piece of evidence in proving your case in front of a court. However, it is important to know that there are very specific rules regarding when evidence is admissible and when it isn't. In addition, there is a specific procedure related to introducing evidence....Read more »
He filed the motion to withdraw within 30 days when I asked for more time.
The motion to withdraw date was March of this year and nobody in their right mind was traveling, I was def not going to get on an airplane and go back to that state during early February and into... Read more »
As a general matter, attorneys can withdraw from a case and clients can dismiss their attorneys. One option you could explore is to obtain digital copies of your records and see what you could learn or accomplish in contacting other attorneys. Good luck
It would depend on how the claims were framed, in terms of damages sought and claimants identified. Your post remains open for two weeks. You would need to contact an attorney in Texas if you wanted to discuss in further detail.
Because of the complexity of your research, it could be difficult for a Texas attorney to advise in the brief format of this Q & A Board. That could be why the post remains open for three weeks. One option is to contact Texas attorneys directly. Although many offices are closed or not seeing...Read more »
I'm sorry for your rough situation. A Texas attorney would be able to advise best, but your post remains open for a week. This could be the type of thing that eats up money in investigating, with no guaranteed results - maybe you could see if the Texas Health & Human Services Vital...Read more »
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