Pursuant to the family code, if a child is 12 years of age or older, the court is required to confer with the child if one of the parents requests that this be done. It will typically take more than the child wanting to make a move for a court to grant a modification.
You should consult with an attorney to determine if the facts of your case warrant a modification.
You should schedule an appointment to meet with an attorney sooner rather than later. Doing so will allow you to mentally prepare for the process and will allow you to better understand what to expect.
You do not need an attorney for a Will to be legal. You only need an attorney to review it to make sure you died it the right way. This is one of those things that you can't afford to mess up. Hire an attorney and do it the right way. There are many low cost attorneys that will do this for you.
It would be wise to speak to an attorney before finalizing your divorce. The court is required to divide the entire community estate and to confirm separate property when there is clear and convincing evidence as to its existence.
Texas allows for a cause of action against a spouse in these types of situations. It is important to note the statute of limitations begins to run when you knew or should have known that you were infected.
Now is probably the perfect time to meet with a lawyer and discuss the matter in more detail.
You should also know that now that you have reasoning believe you have the virus, you have a duty to disclose this to future sexual partners.
Whether she can move or not will depend on the Order that is currently in place. Without knowing that all important piece of information you will wan to meet with an experienced attorney as soon as you can. Time is of the essence in this situation.
Hire the best attorney you can afford and do it quickly.
Your daughter should meet with an attorney as soon as possible. Waivers are tricky documents as there are different types of waivers. So as to protect her self she should meet with someone sooner rather than later.
Did you pay for the jersey to begin with? Did you agree to pay for the jersey? If you ordered a jersey and said you would pay for it and you didn't, it appears that you owe the Coach for the cost of the jersey, whether you get a refund from the manufacturer or not. Just because your son doesn't play for the team any more does not mean you don't owe for the jersey.
You should have a better discussion with the coach to work this situation out.