Depending on when the hearing was held, you may have a couple of options for getting back to court. In either of these situations, you should seek a family law attorney to assist you as they will know how to navigate through either of these options.
Absent a court order, both parents have an equal right to possession of or access to their child. The family law Judges would hope that both parents are able to effectively communicate and co-parent in the raising of their children. If you have substantial proof or evidence of emotional or verbal...Read more »
The final decree should contain language that requires the mother to notify you of any change of address. Notifications of address and phone number changes are typically standard in temporary orders as well. If the mother has moved, she may be in violation of a court order. You should let your...Read more »
My ex lived in dallas at the time of pregnancy , got an apartment in houston (Where i live) around the due date , Baby was born in dallas. Moved to houston for 8 months until issues arised in our relationship causing us to split. She then moved back to dallas 4 hours away . And although she has... Read more »
I’m a lawful perm resident. I came along with my two minor kids to usa on a k1/k2 visa. My husband signed both ai-134 and I 864.We also had a child during our marriage who is now 3.He moved out after we experienced ongoing issues regarding abuse towards myself and my children.We have been... Read more »
More information is needed, perhaps, but this is likely more of a divorce question than immigration. You are a lawful permanent resident, not a conditional resident, correct? You should file for citizenship by naturalization, since you seem to have been a lawful permanent resident/conditional...Read more »
I now live in Texas, and I’m Active duty Coast Guard. My daughter is 6 years old. I have her for school year and the father gets her for holiday days summer. He does not pay child support at this time. And he refuses to help pay for day care. Occasionally he sends money for clothing.
My initial question is "why are you in a IV-D Court (Attorney General Court) if you already have a court order from another court adjudicating you as the father?" The Court that issued the existing court order has exclusive jurisdiction over the child, unless there is a reason why they...Read more »
Am I able to customize or modify the SAPCR Order itself? I am aware that I can have a Modified Possession order instead of the standard but I am not sure about modifying the SAPCR order. And if I do customize the SAPCR order, will it be accepted by the judge? I would like to customize the... Read more »
You can modify an Order in Suit Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR). The modification of the Order must be in the "best interest of the child(ren)". If you are trying to modify the Order within 1 year of the current order being signed by the Judge, then you will need to...Read more »
My ex's attorney has filed a motion to withdraw and the judge has not approved it or denied it how long does it take it's been 2 months and I think that he should have got it granted by now. I was hoping there's something I can do or file? I am prose I am trying to get an attorney right now
I live in Texas. Only work 4hours a day 5 days a week. Expects me to pay bills which i have been in past but not anymore since he purchased a brand new 2022 car while being behind on our mortgage. Also INCOME TAX REFUND GOES TO HIS SAVINGS WITHOUT ME HAVING ANY SAY SO IN THAT OR CHILD TAX CREDIT.... Read more »
After fighting for jurisdiction of our divorce, and the courts closing down last year for coronavirus, my ex has has been uncooperative with my attorney in order to get our divorce before a judge and finalized. We’re currently headed to mediation. However, I just found out that he “remarried... Read more »
You should contact an attorney but generally speaking bigamy is actually a criminal offense under Texas law, although a defendant can escape conviction if they reasonably believed they were not already married when they entered their second marriage.
I have been married to my stepdaughter's mother for 5 years. My stepdaughter has lived with her mom, myself, and her younger half-sister (my bio-daughter) that entire time. Her bio dad lives 1300 miles away and sees her 2 times a year, however, he does facetime 3-4 times a week. My... Read more »
There is a presumption that biological parents have a superior right to their children over anyone else. You would have to file for custody and show the court why it is in the best interest of the child that the court ignore that presumption in favor of you.
I suppose you could do this, but it's unlikely that having someone else act for you would end any "threats and harassments" by the other side. In addition, there will likely be times when your personal presence is required - such as for testimony. Your absence even at other times is...Read more »
I signed for child support i wanted 50/50 custody but father said no he wants full custody he lied to the judge about my child living with him judge took his verbal word from him gave him temporarily full custody and all rights wile i pay for child support and get every 1st 3rd and 5th weekends... Read more »
I would suggest that you hire a family law attorney in the San Antonio area right away. The attorney will be able to assist you in putting forward your best argument for the upcoming final hearing or perhaps assist in settling the matter via mediation.
My child is currently with her father and our case is pending in court, his attorney is requesting i pay temporary child support and his attorney fees right now, can my response to this ask that my child be temporary removed out of his care and for him to pay child support i do have proof he is not... Read more »
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