I am the custodial parent, however he took her for a visit and refused to give her back and then had a restraining order files. . The hearing has been reset to mid October as he is required to get a nail drug test bc he is an addict and is on felony probation. Since it has been over 14 days since... Read more »
Under the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure, a Temporary Restraining Order usually expires on its own 14 days after it has been issued. TRO's are often extended, however. I suggest that you call the District Clerk to ask.
My treating physician just lifted the 0 hr of restrictions of certain movements to that of 2 hrs... with that being said, my employer wants me to work on modified duty... my question is two-fold, I suppose. 1) Can they put me to work more than 2 hours as long as those restrictions are met ? 2) how... Read more »
You can return to work under modified duty. The insurance company will still owe you TIBs if you earn less than what you were making before you got hurt. The employer should honor the restrictions if they are going to put you back to work. If they don't, your doctor can take you back off...Read more »
The police took his gun collection because he had a felon. He was trying to sell his guns to help pay for his legal bills. My brother committed suicide last week and I am the next of kin. I want to sell the guns to pay for his final arrangements. His gun collection was worth 10’s of thousands... Read more »
You have the right to ask, but it does not mean that the police will comply. I suggest that you contact the police chief of the District Attorney and explain the situation and see if they can accommodate you. If not, a lawyer may be able to help you.
They are homeless, living in Garland TX, She slipped it the mud on the sidewalk and broke her ankle in 10 places. She will need 2-3 months in a rehab facility, but they have no insurance, so no place will take her. They are literally living in a storm drain right now and she is not going to be... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. In terms of your question about her options, a comprehensive answer would be pages long, depending on a number of factors. The practical answer to your question is for her to consult with a Texas attorney who handles...Read more »
My father in law passed away in June 2020. My husband has presented all documentation to the bank within 2 weeks of his dad's passing. However, the bank keeps giving him the runaround. The bank won't provide any information as to any of his dad's accounts or when they will be... Read more »
I can imagine that there could be one of two problems:
First, it could be that the bank requires "letters testamentary" or a "small estate affidavit." These can be required by the bank, and you can only get them by going to probate court. If your father in law had a...Read more »
A misdemeanor does not automatically close at the two-year mark, but if the prosecution has not already filed formal charges by that point they will be barred from doing so by the statute of limitations.
If all tenants in common do not agree to sell property a certain way, then there is no sale. The possible sale price might make all three happy. But if no agreement, then any of them can file an Action for Partition. However the maximum sale price will probably not be realized by the Court.
My ex and I have been separated over 17 years. Living in 2 different states over 15 years. We were married in LA and I live in TX. I cannot afford to file and he says he can't either. What assistance can you provide and what steps should I take next?
There has to be a custody suit filed and a motion for the judge to confer with the child. Technically, this can be done without a lawyer, but it would be difficult. The judge is required to consider the child's opinion, but it is only factor in the judge's decision.
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