Do I follow the school term Thursday at 6.00 p.m. to Monday at 6.00 p.m. rule or the other one since the school is technically in term but not on for another month and possibly for the rest of the school year in May? My ex is saying he gets to pick them up Thursday at 6.00 and drop them off Monday... Read more »
Texas Supreme Court has stated to follow orders in place as if school were in session. https://www.txcourts.gov/media/1446251/209050.pdf. Thus you can do as you like by agreement and in absence of an agreement, follow the court order.
She can always ask for the community property interest in that house. It is up to the judge based on your facts as to what share of the community either spouse should take. If she is with other men, and not paying towards the house, and you are living in that house making mortgage payments, very...Read more »
https://www.txcourts.gov/media/1446251/209050.pdf Texas Supreme Court has stated to follow current orders in place. If there is an order that allows the child to go to New York, best to file an emergency motion to modify that order and attempt to get a video conference hearing.
I’m 17 and live in Texas I need to leave my house because of constant mental abuse, control, and threats of physical violence when ever my Legal guardian drinks or does not get her way. I don’t know the extant of her parental rights as my mother is dead and my father has been in and out of... Read more »
I live in Justin Texas my son is 13 I have had primary custody of him since he was 3. My sons school shut down on March 27th because of covid-19 they may be shut down longer than that. Ever since my ex husband heard about this he has been trying to get me to give him extra time of mine, of course I... Read more »
We are splitting after living 6 years together, He wants to keep one of the two dogs that we have, I want to keep both dogs, What are the legal ways that I can keep them?, he payed for the dogs and the vets bills, their chip and vets paperwork are on my name. I educated them, I take care of them, I... Read more »
Pets in Texas are treated as property. You have to be married to divide property. You maybe able to find a civil attorney that will file a case in a Justice of the Peace court and you can see what happens. I would says that the judge would likely dismiss and state you cannot get relief. A...Read more »
You should file an emergency motion to modify that current order. But it is a hard thing to tell one parent not to take a child from an abusing parent. Each case if fact specific. If you have hard evidence, then do what you need do to do. If you take the child and do not seek modification, and...Read more »
Max child support is at 50% of your check. You may want to try to some law schools in your area, many times they have pro bono law students, but then if you get a stimulus check in the coming weeks you would use that money to lawyer up. I would suggest to get some free consultations and have a...Read more »
I work an extra job and pay 1 or 2 extra payments a month. One graduated the other is about to. He sued me and i owed 26000. I have paid well over 13000 and have receipts for payments before he sued me for around 8 grand. Will the state accept those with his signature and child support on them? He... Read more »
If the child support order is from Texas, there was a case a couple years ago that confirmed you should get credit for indirect payments. Thus, it would be wise to hire a lawyer who works child support collections. You will need a payment plan as it is extremely unlikely you would get any type...Read more »
Depends on whether that money is spousal maintenance, child support, or just an agreement related to the property division. You should take your divorce decree to a local divorce attorney for a consult.
A Texas attorney is best qualified to answer this question, but you await an answer for three weeks. As a GENERAL premise, if a matter is dismissed on the merits (for something substantive - not something technical such as "this is the wrong court, you must bring your action in a different venue"),...Read more »
In Texas you are emancipated at 18. Your parents can no longer force you to stay such that a judge or the police would require compliance with your parents decisions, but they can cancel your health and/or dental insurance, not advise you on life in general. Perhaps you should go looking for an...Read more »
Texas answer. Just because your spouse moved out and is under CPS investigation doesn’t mean the spouse doesn’t have the same rights as before. Orders signed by a judge would dictate. Good luck. 888-343-4529.
My parents are extremely conservative and show disapproval of my boyfriend/my relationship. He’s 40, I’m 29. He has no criminal record and I don’t either. My parents say I am endangering her by letting him stay the night. He has never been abusive or anything to either of us & treats us with... Read more »
The answer really depends on what the court date is for, but typically, as long as a respondent has been properly served (personal service on an original petition of most any kind) and they fail to appear at the hearing or trial, the petitioner wins by default.
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