That’s awesome for you all to come together for the benefit of your child! You should be able to obtain an attorney who can explain to you the options so that you can proceed accordingly. It will be less costly since you all agree. 888–343-4529. Good luck.
He owns the house and said that he is going to keep the 9 month old baby. Without a custody hearing can he legally prevent her from seeing the baby, and can she take the baby with her when she moves into my place?
Someone needs to get immediate legal temporary custody of the child without it both parents technically have rights to the child; however, the Courts will usually lean towards the mother of a baby especially if breast feeding or similar.
Until you have a court order that says anything different the property can be taken by either party. In order to avoid that you have to file a motion for temporary restraining order as it relates to the property issues. Let us know if we can help. 888-343-4529. Good luck.
Attorneys charge various fees. It would be best to contact attorneys directly to get the estimate. But, if it is just a matter of getting divorced and no other issues it should not be that costly. Good luck. 888-343-4529.
Yes you can file your own forms for a divorce. It could be frustrating if you do it yourself. Most times there are problems that need repairing after one proceeds without an attorney. Good luck. 888-343-4529.
I need my ex's financial records for two separate court cases, regarding child support modification and divorce. Do I need a lawyer to subpeona this information legally? We have been separated for two years and I am now unemployed and barely able to keep a roof over my daughters head. Long story... Read more »
We both agree that our relationship is more a friendship that a marriage and we have come to the conclusion to get a divorce but live in the same house. We purchased the house together during the marriage. We reside in the state of Texas, what if anything should be and can it be stipulated that we... Read more »
I/we have checking, savings, and money market locally....But being I have been the one to put like 90% of the money into what would be called "Savings" and bought most the groceries and such, is it still split 50/50 or what ??? We're definitely not rich and have under $50k in accounts here but just... Read more »
House purchased during marriage is community property. You can assert that is is by tracing your separate property contribution. Courts can split property by what is fair and just. It does not have to be 50/50. 888-343-4529.
My daughters mother and step-father have been married for years and waited until the girls turned 18 so I wouldnt know about the adoption process. I only found out about a year ago. I no longer have a withholding order for child support but I DO have a withholding order for arrears.
It depends on whether you have any equity in the property. If not, then if there is a mortgage the person keeping the house will have to be responsible for continuing the payments. Hope this helps. 888-343-4529.
At 12 the court must interview a child 12 years and older. It is called a preference. Judge does not have to do what the child has requested. But the court can interview children at any age, it is just discretionary
Can I have my husband pay for my lawyer or are there certain requirements to be eligible for that? I’m open to any references of reasonably priced attorneys that might offer a payment plan or if you know of any legal aid, I would appreciate it
You can ask for you husband to pay lawyer fees, interium and final, depending on your resources, you may get them. It is a balancing act. If you are employed and have access to credit, maybe not, depends on size of estate, waste, experts maybe needed
my son lived with me for 2 years and I did not recieve any financial help from the mother. Now he lives with her and the Attorney general is taking more than 50% of my paycheck to pay back what they think I owe for the 2 years he was with me. I have zero problem paying my child support I just cant... Read more »
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