You probably can't get the past child support back, but thanks to the new laws from the past legislative session, you can terminate the child support obligation. You need to call an attorney to help with the process. Many Dallas attorneys not only offer a free initial consultation, but also work in Tarrant County (Fort Worth). Feel free to email me.
Yes, the assets will be divided in a 'fair and equitable' manner. You really need to sit down or call a divorce attorney to discuss the case in more depth if you want a more in depth answer. Many attorneys offer a free initial consultation.
No. And not for the reason Baby Moms says... but that's funny.
Father needs to decide if he wants to fight this battle, since he may very well need to get orders in place. Without orders, no one has a 'superior right' of possession at any time... which can cause all sorts of problems.
Some attorneys will draft the required documents for a small flat fee and you can walk everything through yourself. If you do it yourself, you need to know and understand petitions for divorce, waivers of citation, final decrees of divorce, the filing fees associated with the action, how to proceed, and about prove-ups. Feel free to email with any questions. Good luck.
You need to first give him a chance to explain himself. Send your complaints in writing, certified mail, to his office. Set up a consultation with him or just go to the office and sit down until he speaks with you. If a solution isn't reached, you can contact the Texas Bar.
Yes - courts in Texas use the "best interest of the child" standard to determine many aspects of custody. You will need to show that somehow moving the child to Mexico is better for him that letting him stay in McAllen, which a Texas judge may have a hard time swallowing.
You really should hire an attorney. Good luck.
You file a motion to modify based on changed circumstances. Then have a request for child support and to be appointed joint-managing conservator with right to designate primary residence. Eventually there will likely be a trial since he will not agree. The court will base the child support off of his income, with the bottom line being minimum wage, unless it finds he is intentionally under-employed or unemployed. If that happens, child support would be based on of what the court believes he...
There is a two-year statute of limitations on property divisions from divorce decrees. Unless he can prove you hid it and he was unaware of the item, he can't go get it now. It seems the bike was addressed in the order, so he is out of luck.
He needs to get another credit card or a title loan... unfortunately, this is a situation where an attorney is almost certainly necessary for a good outcome (it's a custody battle). Once the attorney is hired, the attorney can force a quick temporary orders hearing, and if father wins that, child support will be abated and Father can pay off whatever source he got the money from.