Yes. You will need to file for divorce and make the request.
Either spouse can request spousal support during the divorce process in Texas. However, the court can only award support if the requesting spouse doesn’t have enough property or income at the time of the divorce to provide for...Read more »
I'm in the process of purchasing a home in Texas. The seller gave us an additional set of disclosures, and then weeks into the process (2 days ago) They gave us another updated set of disclosures with an issue that I am not happy with. I feel like we were being lied to, that they waited until... Read more »
An executor of a will is not required to get a formal appraisal or to show the appraisal to the heirs. However, if the executor files an Inventory, Appraisement & List of Claims with the probate court, it is a public document which the heirs could easily obtain a copy of.
I know a petition to remove can be done, but I want to know the exact steps so if the majority of the owners wish to pursue this we don't get ignored for not following one particular procedure correctly. We currently have a rogue board president specifically, and it is unclear if these other... Read more »
In Texas, if you are arrested on the warrant from a different county, the arresting county has at least 10 days to hold you if you were arrested on a "Bench Warrant" for a probation violation or similar issue. There are many different reasons that the 10 days could be extended....Read more »
If your husband pled guilty within the past 30 days, he may be able to withdraw his plea if properly requested to the court. If his guilty plea was based on coercion, or other violation of his constitutional rights, the plea could be reversed or undone, if properly filed and pled by Motion or by...Read more »
Known abuse/neglect to the children however is covered up when needed and never seen by authorities. The mother is a very manipulative person and has tried to put several things against me (the father) that ends up failing or getting disproved. Mother has said if I don’t get back together with... Read more »
Child custody determinations are fact specific. All of the items you described can be helpful evidence in your child custody determination. While Texas law favors joint custody, your particular facts can lead to a sole custody decision.
An experienced family law attorney in your county...Read more »
My boyfriend who stays with me in this hotel room every day came back last night in a truck I’d never seen before, I figured it was his friends truck. The next evening he was leaving the parking lot of this hotel in the truck and the cops tried to stop him because apparently the truck was stolen.... Read more »
If you are a registered guest and of the hotel and hotel staff has not taken any steps to terminate your occupancy, police generally have to secure a search warrant to enter and search your room unless there are exigent circumstances which would justify a warrant less search.
In the absence of a court order, both parents have equal rights to their children and both spouses have equal access to the home. However, if one parent is preventing the other parent from having access to the children or the home, it may be necessary to seek a court order to establish these rights...Read more »
Maybe, but maybe not. The Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code provides as follows:
Sec. 146.002. TIMELY BILLING REQUIRED. (a) Except as provided by Subsection (b) or (c), a health care service provider shall bill a patient or other responsible person for services provided to the...Read more »
To them meeting or even cohabiting. While together she paid for all of the dog’s vet and grooming needs and became very attached. Does she have any legal standing? Can money and entitlement take this dog from the true owner?
I’m contracted to a company that provides me with a trailer every time I’m assigned a load. I do a pre trip and post trip inspection every time and record any issues. The injured party is suing me for negligence even though the trailer in question did not presented any visible issues in my pre... Read more »
Probably because they believe facts which aren’t so. Like whether a reasonably prudent pre-trip inspection would have disclosed the defect. Or like whether you are the individual responsible for maintaining the trailer.
I was stopped by an unmarked truck by a detective who wanted nothing more than to search my vehicle. He said he pulled me over because of an expired registration but, Governor Abbott said we did not have to renew registration until Covid state of emergency was no longer in effect. Is this a legal... Read more »
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