I live in texas
generally date of marriage to date of divorce.See question
I moved to Texas a month ago because I lost custody of my daughter in Phoenix due to me not filing when I had to . My daughter was born in Arizona , she is now one years old. I don't have a lick of custody due to false aligations and I didn't fil...
If there is a court of continuing jurisdiction, which appears to be Arizona, then you Texas does not have jurisdiction, even if you've moved here. I recommend that you post this question under Arizona law. I'm sorry you're going through this but if Arizona has jurisdiction no Texas lawyer can address it.See question
CPS text my boyfriend to pick up his boy and girl 7 year old twins , signs of abuse and drug use by mother , So we complied made arrangements for kids live with us , Now FBSS plan him and I both signed , and today call says she needs us to go for ...
Once cps is involved then you have lost any control. they now run the show. i highly recommend hiring an attorney. we caanot make recommendations on this site. my blog has a list of cps attorneys that ive mediated for and seem to know their stuff.See question
This year halloween falls on my daughters fathers weekend and I was wondering do I still have the right to see her on that day
Only if Halloween is addressed in your current legal document.n
Normally on Thanksgiving and Christmas are covered.
I have mediated many cases where we address other holidays but the bulk of holidays are ignored.
Of course, you could ask him and he might agree.See question
My husband initiated an uncontested divorce at the end of August and I signed the papers. He is now willing to possibly try reconciliation, but he does not want to withdraw the petition for divorce because he feels it would be too much trouble to ...
Nothing "magical" happens at the end of the 60 day waiting period.
You can just wait for the court to issue a trial date - which happen approx. 9-12 months after the date of the filing of the divorce.
Be aware that if you signed a waiver then he can proceed to finish the divorce without any further notice to you.
If you want to revoke your waiver of service then file a document at the courthouse called "an Answer" and in it include that you revoke your prior Waiver of Service and that you want to be notified by the court of all future hearing dates and the trial date. At least that way you will know what's going on in your case. After you file it send a copy of it to your spouse for his records. Keep a file stamped copy of this document for your records. You file this document at the Harris County Civil Courthouse located on Caroline in downtown Houston - on the second floor. No cost to you to file it.
Good luck!See question
My sons father and I were together for 7 years while we lived together he made $16 p/h doing the same type of work he does now (different company though). Since we split he went back to school and got certified and an associated degree in his fiel...
You need to see his past W-2 and tax returns. Plus, your attorney can subpoena his employer - most employers won't lie for an employee. If the employer will lie then you will need his bank statements to show how much money gets deposited into his bank account each month - easy to show his monthly income. Hire an attorney.See question
My ex has had at least 3 different girlfriends in the past year that I know of. My daughter meets them as soon as they begin dating and they sleep over in his bed while she is there. He and my daughter share a bedroom and she sleeps in his bed wit...
Generally children should not be sleeping with a parent. They need their own bed. You need to consult with a lawyer.See question
I recently found out my husband has been soliciting prostitutes for the past nine months, and has spent over $10.000 on these females. If we were to get a divorce I was wondering if he would have to pay alimony to me, we live in the state of Texas...
You might be entitled to reimbursement for his wasting of community assets. It's impossible to answer your question regarding alimony, or as we call it in Texas, spousal support. You need to talk to an attorney to determine if you qualify for spousal support, a disproportionate share of the community estate, or reimbursement.See question
We have the kids together and two years ago I took the kids and moved to my moms house. He was not paying the bills and we were without water and electricity and we kept getting evicted. I had suspicions but found out later he was using the family...
I would encourage you to divorce him. It sounds like your money is limited. There are several groups around Houston that do pro bono )free) legal services - Houston Volunteer Lawyers, South Texas College of Law and Lone Star Legal to name a few.
The divorce forms are on line for free too - www.texaslawhelp.org
You are asking many complex legal questions that cannot adequately be fully addressed on this free site. It sounds like your children are safe. Their safety is the most important thing. Texas law focuses on the "best interests" of the children. Having them go to school, be fed, clothed, sheltered and safe are all important. Keeping them away from people on drugs or with criminal history is probably important.
I wish you the best.See question
I have him for diner every Friday and a I am pretty sure someone is watching/videoing us.
I recommend waving and both of you making silly faces. Or, make a huge sign with something humorous on it -- "I'm on candid camera". Or, ask other people in the restaurant to wave at the person too.
They must not be very good if you can see them videotaping you!
Most cameras are very tiny these days.
Of course, you can videotape them videotaping you! That usually really upsets them!See question