My nephew is in the middle of divorce and his ex has made up all kind of lies to the family crises center she is a known habitual lier. My nephew is a hard working man thay only wants his rights as a dad need a good attorney that will fight for him.
Unfortunately this website does not allow us to "market" ourselves or anyone else. It's for informational purposes only. So look around on this free website and call around. Be aware that next week many family law attorneys will be attending a week-long continuing education class in San Antonio and they won't be available to talk.
Many attorneys charge around $3,000 - $5,000 to begin a case. Since you say that she lies then your nephew needs to be prepared to spend a lot more than the initial deposit since it is often difficult to trap people in their lies and half-truths.
There are some free (pro bono) services in Texas. Many have very limited funding. They have trouble referring out complex difficult family law cases since "difficult" cases take a lot of time and it's hard for a busy attorney to give away 50-100 hours of their valuable time. Many have huge overhead and cannot afford to take difficult time consuming cases for free.
Good luck!See question
I got married and lived with my husband for 10 months but we never had sex as I don't think I am capable of intimacy. After that we lived separately as once it was confirmed that I am not interested in anything related to sex. We have been living ...
It's up to the judge in your county. Being married almost 4 years might make it difficult. I would talk to a family law attorney in Frisco. Good luck!See question
During my weekend my child had an accident with 3rd degree burns. She is better now but may need more surgery on her toes for skin graft. She has been in hospital care for 3 weeks. My ex (her mother) seems to be upset with me now and blames me for...
The child support office won't help you with visitation. You can call them and that's pretty much what they will tell you.See question
we had lived in that house for 20 years before the divorce what r my options
I assume you are merely asking a question. If you own 1/2 of the house then you can ask to be bought out, the house sold to pay you your money or perhaps you get more of another asse5t. Talk to an attorney about your options.See question
I am fighting for child support. The father has not spoken to me since the first ultrasound. He completely blocked me out of his life. I had to fight quite a bit to get enough of his information to even take him to court. He asked for a paternity ...
Lawyer up now. The decisions made will impact you for at least the next 18 years.See question
Since the ruling on 6/26/15 I have been trying to get my wife and her child on my heathcare plan and the HR department has been giving me the run around. They have told me that they are "waiting for the senior specialist to research what the rulin...
I think what you are going through are happening to many couples now that the Supreme Court has ruled. Companies are trying to figure out what they need to do to be in compliance with the law. I suspect the State of Texas is going to try to avoid recognizing same sex marriages & litigation is going to follow. We are all on unchartered ground. You might need to contact a "gay friendly" attorney for guidance. There are many in Houston - I have no idea about Amarillo. We are not allowed to make recommendations so you'll have to look around.See question
My husband & I have no minor children or property to divide. We agree to legal separation.
Legal zoom is a company not located in Texas. So you basically wasted your money. The best FREE website is www.texaslawhelp.org
There is no such thing as "legal separation" in Texas. You need a divorce with temporary orders.
You will probably need to mediate before appearing before the judge for temporary orders, if so, start looking around for a family law mediator to guide you.
Without kids or property you probably don't need temporary orders just a final decree of divorce. It can be done 61 days after filing the petition for divorce - waiting period is required in Texas.See question
She is breaking the engagement. It's an expensive ($35K) engagement ring and she wants to keep it. I offered to sell it and split the proceeds with her as concession but she won't return it. So I just need to get it back. Need to move quickly beca...
Call your local small claims court. It might be outside their limit. If so then you need to go to civil court.See question
I won custody in the beginning but he kept taking me back to court for petty stufff. I was expecting my third child and he didn't agree with it so he started pushing for custody because I was high risk I lost my job and he made it seem as if I was...
On the day the judge signed the last order (almost 3 years ago) you both started with a totally clean slate.
Now the burden is on you as to why your child's residence and life should be disrupted.
I recommend saving up your money and hiring an attorney the next time you attempt to go to court. You obviously were out-lawyered. Judges agree not to practice law from the bench so the judge is not allowed to help you.
We cannot make recommendations on this website. There are attorneys that offer free consultations. Look around and talk to one. You will keep a certified copy of the judge's last signed court order to begin the process.
Basically, you need to show that it's in the children's best interest to have a change in custody. It's not an easy burden to overcome. If the kids are over the age of 12, you can ask that the judge speak to the chlidren alone. But their opinion is not binding on the judge.See question
If her parents oppose, what can we do?
The moment she turns 18 she is an adult and can do whatever she wants. Parents can also remove her from their home. Of course she leaves with only the clothes on her back. After 18 she plays by their by
Their rules or she leaves.
If she's 17 then no statutory rape.
But she's still a minor for civil purposes.
Her parents rule til 18.