Your best option is to hire an attorney. You need to file a suit affecting the parent child relationship (SAPCR) and have father served. If you cannot locate him there are other methods for getting him served. As far as "full custody", Texas really does not have such a thing. There is joint...Read more »
Sure, if found not guilty at trial or the charges are dismissed. IF not either of those then sentencing ranges depend on what the Class of the assault was. Further, some up-front counselling programs and treatment that shows remorse or prospects of rehabilitation could take the possibility of...Read more »
I have a current c/s, visitation order in Texas; I'm currently 1 month behind on c/s payments due to attending a fast course class (school). My son's mother is preventing me from seeing my son due to this. I have taken my court order to her house to pick him up and even asked police to meet me... Read more »
You need to consult with an attorney in your area so that you can understand the full ramifications of your desire. This is a serious endeavor and it is best done with an experienced attorney. Then you can proceed with your goals in mind.
Texas allows for spousal maintenance in limited circumstances. The spouses must have been married for at least ten years and the spouse requesting maintenance must prove they cannot earn enough to meet their reasonable minimum needs, or the spouse requesting maintenance must have an...Read more »
Family Code: "Flight Arrangements - IT IS ORDERED that PARENT Y shall make airline reservations for the child only on major commercial passenger airlines on flights having no change of airplanes between the airport of departure and the airport of final arrival (a "nonequipment change flight"). IT... Read more »
It means use Non Stop only. I don't think any court would say Regional carriers of major airlines couldn't be used, although you're right, that standard boilerplate language is arguably ambiguous. Safest bet would be to get the other parent to sign an agreement and you file it or, better yet, do an...Read more »
Someone called CPS pretending to be ME and made false Accusations stating that my daughter was sexually abused....my question is how likely is it that an attorney can Subpoena the recorded phone call made to CPS and track who made the call?
Very unlikely. CPS records, specially the records of the initial call to report, are extremely confidential. Also, for a subpoena to be even available, there has to be an open case pending (note this is different than a CPS investigation which is not an open legal case).
Her entire life. She calls me daddy she is my daughter. She has my last name, been on my insurance the whole 9. Her mother took an a home DNA test saying I’m not the father. If that is true, can or will I lose all rights to my daughter. Mother says she wants boyfriend to adopt her.
By signing the AOP, you are the legal father, the same as though the child were born during a marriage between you and the mother. However, depending on the time frames in your case and other factors, it is possible either of you, the alleged bio father or someone in behalf of the child could...Read more »
There are remedies which are afforded depending on circumstances. But, the best interest of the child is the standard used in any determinations as it relates to the child. Consult an attorney if there are emergency situations involved. Good luck.
My wife and I have been separated for 2 years, throughout these two years I have never disregarded my responsibilities, I have paid for everything and some, she has access to all accounts. She has been communicating with a former old friend and has developed a relationship physically and mentally... Read more »
What you need to do is get an aggressive attorney to defend you in a divorce. Adultery is one of the factors that a court will consider in potentially giving you a disproportionate share of the community estate. Apparently she has become violent with you so that is definitely a factor that a...Read more »
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