Owe back child support child 35 unable to get custodial parent to show up at child support office to discuss
Where is the question here? If you owe back child support why would you go to the child support office? Unless you have a good defense you probably need to start paying it otherwise you could find yourself in jail for not paying it. The same office you are attempting to meet at will have the same attorneys that will typically be filing an enforcement against you. Please consult with an attorney in your area to clarify.See question
I recently filed my divorce papers then later found out that I am pregnant with my fiance. I am no more than a couple weeks. I have been separated for a year. My husband will NOT talk to me. Im not sure he will not give an answer. I had to do a c...
Congrats on the baby, but your blessing will truly give you a headache earlier than you anticipated as far as this divorce is concerned. As the previous attorneys stated the child could be presumed to be part of the marriage and because of this could complicate your deadline.See question
Yes, if the other party shows up to court at the prove up.See question
Kids previous relationship Married another man Navy Dependents can come up to my a school but i can travel back to get them My husband will pick up children on my behalf from their father Can he withhold the kids if im custodial parent
If he withholds the children from you (even if you send your husband to pick up) he may be violating Orders in place which may subject him to a possible motion to enforce. Contact an attorney in your area for options on handling this situation.See question
im not related to the family I'm just a friend of the mother, the mother came and got him in December and now he has been with the supposed be father for the last 4 months. ..DNA have yet been proven that he is the father , he didn't sign the bir...
This is a complex issue, contact an attorney in Houston for a consultation.See question
Final decree includes custody agreement for two children. It is a modified order...one week with me, one week with my ex. Order signed in 2010. From 2010 until 2012, kids stayed with me because ex was unemployed. I didn't seek a modification. ...
Based on these facts, the court is going to grant a mod to your ex. However you will likely get a standard possession order. I'm sorry you are being put in this situation. Speak with an attorney in your area to discuss other options that you may have outside of filing a modification.See question
Strategy time ? Information : Child age 18months old State of Birth Texas Signed Birth certificate by both parents Current home lease in Texas singed by both parents Child taken to out of state New Jersey January Wants : 1. Child r...
There is a lot of missing information before strategy or even advice could be given. 1. Are any pleadings filed or pending? What has been filed in the past and in what jurisdiction. 2. Who took the child out of state ? 3. Which side are you with? 4. Who drafted the contract and what are its terms? 5. Are there any prior orders?
Lastly, if nothing has been filed here in Texas, being that the child is in NJ for almost 6 months, you need to move fast before jurisdiction is firmly established there.
Sorry, can't give you strat without clear facts. Better call an attorney for a consult, it's going to be more cost effective in the long run.
My husband and I have been separated for almost a year. We have a child together and I just recently found out that his girlfriend is pregnant. Can we speed up the divorce and does this give me more leverage on the custody and/or child support arr...
There are ways to speed up your divorce, but sound like you haven't filed yet. You have to file first, you can set temporary orders hearing and try to mediate in an attempt to resolve It.
Regarding leverage of this new child and gf: I'm not sure that this situation will help because once he has his new child he will have less assets and resources to divide with you.
There are no children properties or accounts together
Consult with an attorney and other than a divorce you could possibly file an annulment.See question
I'm 21 with a son and my husband left us. I want to pursue child support and get a divorce, but don't know where to start. He moved to Michigan and does nothing while I work and take care of our child.
Find where he lives and get his address. Draft and File an original petition for divorce , proposed decree of divorce and waiver of service with the district clerk in your county and pay filing fee. Send him the decree and waiver to see if he will sign it. If he is willing to sign the waiver of service ( notarized) you at least don't have to serve him. You should consult with an attorney in your area before proceeding with these steps.See question