If your claim is through the Texas Department of Insurance, Division of workers' compensation, you can change jobs without effecting your workers' comp. Your claim is with the Insurance Carrier and not the employer. However, before you change jobs you want to make certain that you actually have new...Read more »
It will depend on whether your Grandmother still has the capacity to sign documents. She must be aware that she is giving another person, of her choosing, these powers. If you believe that is the case you could contact an estate planning attorney to draft the documents. If cost is an issue (and...Read more »
I did, found someone else to pay for it. Now he is on drugs and called the police about the car. Is there anyway i can keep him from having any legal right to the car since he forfeited by not paying? He is a parolee, showing signs of mental illness or the drug abuse.
If the police ever contact you about this silly situation just tell the police that you are a co-owner of the car and did not "steal" it from your brother. They already know he is a parolee, which will not help his case.
I moved in November 2018 to TX, He still resides in Colorado. He filed this allocation of parental rights in Colorado. And, not knowing if I am an actual Texas resident after 7 months, how do igo about responding to this? do i have to file with Colorado? or does Colorado courts not have any rights... Read more »
It will depend on when the children were moved and when the actual filing was made. Consult a Colorado attorney if case is pending there to respond. In general, the jurisidiction of the court is the one where the child has resided 6 months prior to the filing. After discussing this with a...Read more »
We have been separated since jan 2 2018 but decided working things out since January 2019. It's gotten really terrible again and i want out finally. Do i have to start the divorce process all over again or just get the final divorce decree, sign it and turn it in? My partner already filed for... Read more »
You can still pursue the divorce if you have pleadings on file yourself. It is unlikely that you filed the appropriate paperwork. Since you have a lot going on then I would suggest that you retain an attorney to finalize the case for you. We can assist you if you desire. 888-343-4529
You have to show that you have visited her at least once in the last two years, that you both have the intent to get married, that you don’t have a criminal record and that you are financially able to support both of them. You need to consult with an experienced immigration attorney
When we broke up years ago(when my oldest was about 2- now 6) I put him on child support. I bought this house(2015), his name is not on anything and does not pay. He claims because he pays child support he pays “rent” to live here. (95% if not more of child support goes to daycare) Therefore,... Read more »
You need to file for divorce and request a temporary hearing. There you can discuss the issues that you have. If you were married when you purchased the home then it is legally his as well. That date was not provided. Your best bet it to get a divorce attorney to assist you. Let us know if we...Read more »
i live in texas and my ex wife told me to come to illinois to get my children because she couldnt give them 100%. so i did. i have noticed my son has health issues that she is aware of and is not addressing them. ive had them for over 30 days and she only contacted the kids once. they do not want... Read more »
I have a pending felony charge against me.injury to a child with intent and bodily injury. First time offender.no criminal history.the da has not offered any deals according to my attorney, nor has he looked through said attorneys probation offer.trial is coming up.what can I do to possibly just... Read more »
Yes, threats of imminent violence can be the basis for a Family Violence protective order. Such threats do not even have to be imminent to be the basis for a Stalking protective order. Committing the offense of Harassment on multiple occasions can also be the basis of a Stalking protective order....Read more »
If there is a plaintiff then it is a CIVIL case rather than a criminal cases. Criminal cases are always styled State of Texas vs. Defendant Name whereas civil cases are styled Plaintiff Name vs. Defendant Name.
My practice area is CRIMINAL not civil, but I have an idea about how to solve...Read more »
I have not spoken too nor seen my wife in 15 months and suddenly, 3 weeks ago, at a hearing in my criminal case the prosecutor motioned for the order judge gave the order. He has also told my wife not to let me have anything not even a car in my name. I was falsely accused of a crime from... Read more »
The prosecutor can't issue an order... they most they can do is make a motion requesting that the judge issue an order. The judge has fairly wide discretion regarding what she can order the defendant to do (or not do) when it comes to matters of protecting an alleged victim or even the general...Read more »
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