Lived in dallas for about 10 months then went to canada on a vacation and now in Virginia for 2 months.. can I still file a case in dallas for divorce as it was my marital home. Will the residency issue stop me from filing ? Current expecting my first child so cannot travel immediately
It is untimely so even if you FILE it in the sense that the clerk accepts it that doesn't mean it will actually be seen by the judge who can rule on it. The judge loses jurisdiction a few days after the case is resolved so if it has been more than a month you might already be out of luck....Read more »
Daughter was born in Texas, father has never acknowledged her or provided any support. Was not there during or after pregnancy. She is 5 months now. No signature on bc. He is in the UK. My fiancé wants to adopt her. Is it possible? We are living in Louisiana
My son's great grandmother took him for a hair follicle, without my consent. He tested positive and she called CPS. The investigation has been open for almost 90 days with little contact from the investigator. They asked me to leave the home, leaving my son with his great grandmother. I have yet to... Read more »
Secretary are supposed to keep records of HOA meetings. In today's world those records are kept in different formats. Each subsequent meeting the former "minutes" most be approved by the Board of Directors.
This case has been going on for a year or so, he is trying to get custody of his son. His parents have custody at the moment. The mom has three endangerment charges out of a Harris County. And a possession charge, and these are all recent. She doesn’t want me around her son, and she just filed... Read more »
I got stopped cop says he smells marijuana and I deny and deny he ask to search vehicle I don’t give consent, he then comes and tells me I have no insurance on vehicle then says I don’t care about the insurance man just tell me how much bud you have in here.. I say there’s no bud I don’t... Read more »
were found at my high school and i get punished in school (in school suspension) all that. Then they get a search warrant to search my whole house and my dad said they came this morning with a proper search warrant for house and they took some old cartridges, lighters, air soft guns and maybe some... Read more »
Yes, accepting a plea on any new criminal case will probably violate parole. To accept deferred adjudication probation, the Court must find that the evidence in the case substantiates the guilt of the defendant; this is done usually by the the defendant entering a plea of guilty or no contest to...Read more »
A small TX county sent me a postcard saying I had an outstanding criminal case against me pending. Called the county and was told their software was updated so all outstanding tickets were being pursued. No warrant yet, drivers license eligibility is still good. Need to find out how far back TX DPS... Read more »
Yes, a 15 year old traffic ticket can still be prosecuted even if the citation was issued in your maiden name and you are now married. The question is: were you the individual who was issued the ticket back then, regardless of what your name was or is now. Request an abstract of your record from...Read more »
If I didn't didn't do what he wanted he would abuse me physically and sexually I was forced in fear of my life because I didn't want to get hurt or mistreated or abused I was taken away for my family when I was 15 and now I'm 22 and I'm being charged with 3 burglaries that he made me go to
I am always concerned when an agreement is not clear in its wording. You might ask that the wording be changed to allow you to feel more comfortable before signing. I would suggest that you allow an attorney to review the letter for you as they may be able to determine more from actually seeing...Read more »
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