Hi - I assume both parties and the child live in Texas and the original order was in Texas?
If so, under Texas law, if the child has been living in another county in Texas for at least 6 mos. (besides the county where the case has been handled thus far), and if a party timely requests a...Read more »
My child turned 18 in July. He needs a heart and kidney transplant. His stepmother wants to discontinue child support and his health insurance, as my child now receives his father's SSI death benefits. He is ineligible to receive Medicare, Medicaid, or SSI disability due to receiving these death... Read more »
Their mother was the one that issued the temporary custody. The father wants them back in Louisiana but doesn't take care of them. Do I have to bring them back since we live in Texas and they reside in Louisiana. He never participated in their lives.
Biological father and my daughter were living together (not married) he took the 3 year old child to his mother, kicked my daughter out in the street, she is now homeless, I am already raising her 1st child , half sister to 3 year old, would like to get custody of 3 yr old and raise the siblings... Read more »
If there is no order in place or other action pending then the mother has the right to get her child from the grandmother. She has to call the police and ask them to escort her to get child and inform the grandmother that she is coming to get her child if the father is not there. The mother does...Read more »
Changed my sons name after birth did DNA of the real father and still cant get his name changed. Verification of consent from my ex husband who cannot be found I believe he lives in Texas it's been 15yrs.
My girlfriend is 26 and has aspergers but lives in a abusive (domestic abuse) household. She has suffered this abuse since late elementary school from her parents, close family and so on. Now i want to help her move out but her mom demands that she can't and has threatened to call the police and... Read more »
I notice there are several practice areas flagged on this question. I will answer only with respect to Criminal Law and Domestic Violence. You'll need a Family Law attorney to answer the Guardianship issue ... and maybe also a therapist to figure out how you got emotionally invested in this...Read more »
The mother of my child and I went down to the Attorney General office to sign off my backpay and to close the case because our daughter will live with me from now on so out of kindness she agreed to sign off my arrears and no longer wants to receive cs. It's been a week since we've both signed... Read more »
My childs father disappeared after he found out that we had a child (even though we were trying and it was planned). He hasn't changed his mailing address and he is having all of his family refuses any contact with me. I honestly want him to just sign away his rights. I have been seeing someone who... Read more »
The father can certainly give up all of his rights if there is another ready and qualified to adopt. You’ve got a number of steps to follow and because of such you should consult an attorney to assist you. Good luck. 888-343-4529.
I need to know with absolute certainty, supported by some legal precedents that, If I declare by filling a declaration of informal marriage with the county office as per the Texas Common Law Marriage some time in 2019 that we have been common law married since January of 2017 then, are we obligated... Read more »
She signed a waiver not to be served and agreed to the final decree.The divorce decree says Visitation will be mutually agreed on in advance by the parties. Their is no court order Schedule. Despite this fact I have encouraged my children to see their mother but they tell me they don’t want to be... Read more »
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