You do not need to leave. You cannot be evicted until a judge evicts you. So the landlord would need to evict you by the proper eviction process in the State of Texas.
If he leaves, you could file for divorce and ask for temporary orders. In the temporary orders you could ask for temporary spousal support in order to get some time to get your life re-started.
I would sugest that you start looking for a job now. The judge is not going to force your husband to support you for a long...
I am going to suggest that you sit down with an attorney in person and discuss your questions.
You do not mention the age of your child. If the child is a newborn then usually the visits will be short and frequent - usually not over-night until the child is 3 years old - unless you agree to it voluntarily. If you are breast-feeding, then visits will be based around the baby's feeding schedule. As you can see, a lot will be based on the child's age and needs. If the child is over the...
The waiver of service must be dated AFTER the petition for divorce was filed with the court.
Why? Because you cannot give up your rights until a lawsuit has been filed at the courthouse.
You cannot give up your rights BEFORE a lawsuit has been filed.
If the waiver of service is dated before the petition is "stamped" by the clerk at the courthouse it is not valid and will not be accepted by the judge.
In summary, it is not worth the paper it is written on.
So...have the other...
You desperately need an attorney. This website lists many excellent family law attorneys. No court orders -- so what will you do if he does not return the child and decides to ask for custody and for YOU to pay him child support -- it happens all the time In Harris County. Hire an attorney immediately! We are not allowed to make suggestions of people to hire or we get removed from this site. Good luck!
Sign up for counseling for you, the kid & your ex. Allow ex to bring gf too. It will help your son learn to deal with difficult and confusing situations.
If counselor feels that gf is bad, that would be a long way with a judge modifying the current court order.
You cannot control her. It sounds like their relationship is on the rocks.
Take the high road...sweetly smile and say nothing.
Reassure your son that this is "adult business" and just say over and over "mommy and daddy...
I agree with the other 2 lawyers that have already answered. Quit wasting your time with the TX A G office and hire a private attorney. A private attorney can get this case moving quickly. You live in Houston - there are plenty of attorneys in the Houston area that can help you. Just look on this free website and find an attorney that you like and can afford.
It appears that you live in the Harris County area. There are many fine family law attorneys on this website. Look around and hire one.
The burden is on YOU as to why a judge should change the current visitation arrangement.
I would urge you to try to get proof of what is going on at the father's home. Neighbors can be excellent witnesses.
A mental health specialist can also testify at court regarding how the current arrangement is not in the best interests of the child.
It appears that you are in Harris County and you have an attorney representing you.
The good news is that the Harris County family law judges are used to dealing with "difficult" people that don't follow court orders. Unfortunately, bi-polar people are common in family law cases. They often don't take their medication and are "difficult". Your attorney will have to work with you to hold this woman in contempt of court for not following the mediation agreement. Hopefully it has been...
You need to talk to an experienced family law attorney in Laredo. Terminating your parental rights is extremely hard to do - especially since you have been paying child support.
You need to modify the current visitation arrangement or file contempt on her. With her being a police officer, it might make it harder but if he "misbehaves" he will be fired from his job and I doubt he wants that to occur.
It will probably be a slow and painful process but the child deserves to know both of...