We have been married for about 2 months and the only thing we have together is we are renting a home and he is on my health insurance
Look on www.texaslawhelp.org for Supreme Court of Texas approved divorce forms.See question
My wife and I might get divorce. She wants to travel with my children to her mother's house. I think it is probable that she won't come back. Should I say no to that travel? Can I stop it? Or should I just leave evidence that I did not agree with ...
You cannot stop her from taking the children.
If she does not return, immediately file for divorce asking for temporary orders and have her served. You will need to know the exact address of where she is staying in the other state.
Anticipate spending attorney fees in excess of $5,000 to get the kids back.
Plan it taking at least 6 weeks to get a hearing to get your kids back.
I personally would talk to a family law attorney NOW and not wait.See question
I missed my court date today regarding temporary orders on my one year old daughter. (I did not understand that I had to be there) I was told by my ex's girlfriend's lawyer that the judge ordered me to pay for the DNA test that needs to be done by...
Generally in Harris County judges require DNA teesting. It's easy and not expensive.
If you want to fight it then do what thee other attorneyu advised but be aware that you could be oreerred to pay for heer attorney fees since you did not showw up.See question
My kids was emergency removal from their biological mother from CPS. Right now I their still in my custody because CPS did not follow the proper steps to complete to close the case. Their mother is facing felony charges because she intentionally ...
I agree with Attorney Baker. Hire a private lawyer. Quit wasting your time with the TX A G. Also, CPS removes kids but usually then drops the case. Do it NOW!See question
I've already decided my child is going to have my last name, but keep getting different answers on whether or not I'm required to put the father's name on the birth certificate at all.
I suggest that you meet with a family law attorney in your area to discuss before you make your decision.
Unfortunately, many women call me after they add a man's name and then regret it.
It's worth paying for an hour of an attorney's time and knowledge.
Happy pregnancy!See question
My friend is married and has been incarcerated for 12yrs, and he wants a divorce from his spouse. They have no property or children together. Is it possible for him to file for the divorce from prison?
It's tricky but doable. The best free website is www.texaslawhelp.org to get you started. Ideally he should just hire an attorney to handle the entire thing for him but if he does not have funds then it will be harder to finalize.See question
My boyfriend and I recently went to our local Texas County Court House to get an Affidavit of Common Law Marriage NOTARIZED at our local Court House/ County Clerks office . His insurance company required that form to get me on his insurance. The...
you are married.
so if you break up then you needd a divorce. You are a married as anny one else in Texas. Congratulations!See question
I currently pay healthcare premiums for my children according to my divorce decree. My company insurance premium for the kids is going up yet again from $400 to $600 a month. My ex has a better health plan through work than I do that would only ...
You might also consider mediation to resolve this matter. Normally you cannnt force your ex to make a change in the current decree. Good luck!See question
The father has supervised visitation and an amicus attorney decided that was in the best interest of our child 1 year ago. Our child's grandmother said her attorney filed a motion against me and that I was going to be responsible for the costs.......
time to hire an attorney.Normally people pay their own legal fees - t hey can ask (standard legal language) but only a judge can order it.
Ggrandparents have limited rights in Texas when their son is alive or not in prison.
I suspect they are just trying to scare you. Hire a lwayer tomorrow and get ready for a fight.See question
Our son is in a safp for 6 months. His daughter is four years old and her mom wants child support from us in order for us to have regular visits.
You need to talk to an experienced family law attorney in your area. You won't get the same visitation as a parent but if your son is in prison and you have an ongoing relationship with the child and it is determined to be in the child's best interests to continue to have contact with you then you can get some visitation. Good luck! Look on this website and find an attorney. We are not allowed to make recommendations.See question