I'd like to add my significant other to a club membership as a "spousal designee", but I don't ever want to be considered "married" because of it. Is there an affidavit that can be executed by both of us on the same date that keeps this from happ...
I agree with Attorney Maria. You cannot have it both ways - it can come back to "bite" you in the butt! If you sign paperwork that she's your spouse you have just agreed to be common law married. My Dad had a line-in for years and she was a signer at his club. She was listed as "girl friend" or "authorized user"- never as a wife. He even had her on his car insurance but it was done so that no common law marriage occurred -- really pissed her off when they broke up.See question
IN 2012 I was granted a divorce in the state of Texas. The lawyered I hired never ensured I received the Special Deed of Warranty , nor was the Deed of Trust to Secure Assumption sent to the petitioner. Needless to say neither of these documents h...
Those documents should have been filed in the real estate records in the county the property is located.
Call your former attorney and talk to him/her.
Were you both "ordered" to appear and sign the paperwork at a certain time and date? If you did not follow the judge's order then you violated the judge's order. It's impossible to fully address without reading your signed decree.See question
My ex owes me $26,698.72. He pays through the Attorney General when they find he has a job. Both my girls are 18 and I would like to collect the lump sum.
Pity you waited until your girls are now 18. Now he won't face any jail time. You might want to hire a private attorney and quit wasting your time with the TX A G office. Of course, if he does not pay you might collect if he ever inherits anything or he dies. And then you might get part of his social security when he retires. Talk to a private attorney.See question
I am going to mediation regarding child support & visitation. My ex wants to bring her significant other, i don't object to their attendance. I prefer to have my spouse attend with me . Do mediators generally allow parties spouse and/or signific...
Spouses are ok. Fiances or live-ins are up to the mediator. Talk to your attorney.See question
My ex is living with a cop. When i try to pick up my child he comes out and interferes with my conversation with police because ex won't allow visitation. Trying to get the report filed and he starts chatting with police and ends up police don't d...
So take a friend or relative with you that's willing to come to court to testify what they saw.
The "magic" piece of paper from the cops is just a piece of paper.
A witness is actually better since that person can testify to what they saw and heard.
Also, hire a lawyer and begin building your case.See question
Can a 12 year old attend mediation?
I've done it but everyone has to agree.
Someone drives the child over and I interview them in private. Then someone takes the child away.
If the kid does not talk it's a waste of time.
If the child has been "coached" it can work to your disadvantage.
Why does the child even know what's going on -- are there injunctions against discussing the case with the child - if so then the child should not be aware of what's happening.See question
I have an attorney. For my own personal reference, is there a website or guide to preparing yourself for post judgment divorce mediation?
There are many mediation websites. None specifically address post divorce mediation. So just google and read.See question
How do we gain sole custody. He has been in jail many times for drugs and violence. We need help as we fear that he will hurt the kids due to his violent nature. He has no home as lives where ever he can but wants to have the kids for a weekend at...
Hire a lawyer. Look on this website and hire one immediately.See question
Just want the divorce both of us nothing else period
Filing fee around $300/
Go on www.texaslawhelp.org and try to do it yourselves.
Don't waste your time and money on other sites that advertise on tv and radio - they are garbage.
Above site is Supreme Court of Texas approved forms and FREE!See question
The father does not live with them. He has been in jail many times for drinking, family violence and drugs. He fell with one of my grandsons and gave home an injury to the head. Our daughter is wanting him out of there lives forever and we feel he...
You need to hire an experienced family law attorney to help you.
He would probably get supervised visits that he's have to pay for.
I doubt that a court would terminate his rights.
She should not do anything without talking to a lawyer in person.
Signing something is probably not going to help her - in fact - it could hurt her! Hire an attorney NOW!See question