We, the custodial parents, are allowed to live in Houston (Harris County) and the surrounding counties. If we want to move closer to the non-custodial parent, but slightly outside of the allowed counties, do we need to get permission from the court?
What happens if the custodial parent moves back to the same county? Am I then required to do the pick up and drop off once again? She has moved 4 times in the last 2 years and I do not see it to be fair for this to keep changing.
My daughter is in need of outpatient mental health care, she's 13. But her dad can't do it, who she lives with, because she keeps running away from his house. So I want to bring her to Texas so I can get her proper treatment.
We have been married 9years he asked me not to come home last august I didn’t know he meant forever my parents are causing me great distress I just want to go home and have the same rights he has when deciding our and our children future
I currently live with my grandpa but I will have my own apartment soon, he is applying to jobs right now and by the time he turns 16 and is able to file for emancipation he would be able to live with me paying rent and helping with groceries. My main question is if he could move in with me at 15 or... Read more »
my mom had temporary custody of my daughter but she past away an now is in state custody and I talked to the caseworker and stuff but they make it seem like if she got taken from me and what makes me look bad cuz I have one dirty UA but I haven't had my daughter and my custody for years so my... Read more »
After nearly 30 years of marriage, my hostile ex-spouse is holding this threat of "outing me" for being in a relationship with her when she was 16 and I was 20. (nearly 30 years ago) We were in a steady relationship until we married, and remained married for 23 years. She had some bad... Read more »
According to Article 12.05 (5) of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, for certain crimes, if the victim was under 17 years old at the time of the alleged offense, then the 20-year time period of the statute of limitations starts on the victim's 18th birthday, not at the earlier date of the...Read more »
If there is a court order unless you get the fathers permission you cant let your son move, If the father is not seeing your son that may be a different story, If he is not paying child support but seeing your son file a Motion for contempt.
My husband died Nov 2020 and I have paypal and other paid subscriptions asking for legal documentation or a copy of the will that identifies the executor of the estate, what do I need to do to get that. My husband did not have any life insurance or major assets other than our home. So there is not... Read more »
My ex-wife was caught lying to a judge a few years ago regarding violating an order of protection against her then-boyfriend. She was confronted, admitted to it, and then verbally reprimanded by the Court. Later she married the guy, and he ended up involved in four DCFS cases against my son (whom... Read more »
You can request the transcript of the proceedings wherein your ex lied to the court. Because you were a party to the former proceeding, you are entitled to get it. However, not every court has every proceeding recorded in Texas. You should make sure there is such transcript first. Then you can...Read more »
Seeing him less than 5 or 6 times yearly.Hes a journeyman electrician of 25+ yrs, makes very good money but always lied about it and when he did pay c. Support, it was 500 at its highest.The woman he lives with is a P.Assist.On 6-13-2021 I was in a terrible car wreck.My poor son, who had spent the... Read more »
If they supported him more than 50 percent of the time they can claim him, If you think you are entitled to exemption call the IRS and there is a form you can fill out to contest your ex claiming your son,
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