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My son mother is/was on drugs and lost custody of her kids back in Nov in Texas. All kids were placed in foster care and I have been waiting on my chance to get my child. I was told today someone else is on the birth certificate and he is the lega...
Because Texas is where the children reside, Texas is what is called the children's "home state" and would have jurisdiction over anything pertaining to the children. Most likely you'll need to file some sort of Paternity action in Texas (although they may have a different name for the action). You should repost your question to attorneys in the County in Texas where your child resides, as you'll definitely need an attorney's assistance in this matter.See question
As I was taking my 85 lb dog for a walk, my neighbors aggressive dog came running at us, lunging, growling and trying to bite. The owner just stood there doing nothing. We are in florida, with leash laws. My dog who was leashed, went crazy, and wa...
On the first incident, you may or may not have a viable cause of action. Granted, while their dog "caused" it, your dog is the one who injured you. However, on the second incident, where their dog bit you, yes, you should have a viable cause of action. Whether you want to pursue it or not depends on the extent of your injuries from the dog bite. At a minimum, you should call animal control and report the incidents. If you do decide to pursue a cause of action, you should consult with a personal injury attorney who can assist you with determining whether or not your matter is worth pursuing.See question
My baby mother gave me my daughter when she was 6 months old. She brags to everyone about how she wants me to go through hell. She brags about she don't care for my daughter she only cares about her other daughter she recieves state benefits for m...
Your only option is to file a Paternity action to establish yourself as the biological father and establish your rights to the child. She will probably get visitation (timesharing) with the child, but at least you would have a set schedule. Right now, because you haven't established yourself legally as the biological father, she has legal sole custody of your daughter and can come and get her from you at any time. You really should consult with and retain an attorney to assist you.See question
I have a custody order in Florida and I live in Atlanta Georgia can my cousin file my paperwork for me? I filled out the paperwork and mailed it to him.
There is no reason to mail paperwork to someone and have them file it for you. You simply need to mail the paperwork into the Clerk of Court yourself. You can also apply for computer access to your case so that you can file and receive paperwork electronically. Contact the Clerk in your county to find out how you can obtain access. Please note though that unless your cousin is an attorney licensed to practice in Florida, he cannot represent you in Court or complete and respond to any documents on your behalf.See question
My fiancé and I are very concerned financially because he just got notice that his childcare would be raising by $500 (to a total of $700 a month). Apparently he had to provide the state updated income info because the IRS was concerned as his ex-...
I agree with my colleagues and would add that if she isn't actually paying for child care or is paying for child care but doesn't need child care (because she doesn't work), then child care expenses shouldn't be included in any child support calculation. You should consult with an attorney.See question
I wanted to know if I file for child support with unconnected dissolution of marriage, can my spouse counter petition with dissolution of marriage?
Your spouse can file for divorce at any time they choose, whether you file for child support or not.See question
i live in florida and want to adopt my stepson his father lives in texas
If the biological father is in agreement, then it is a relatively straightforward process. However, if the biological father objects, you likely won't be able to, unless there exists valid reasons to terminate the biological father's parental rights. If the father is in agreement, you should consult with an attorney who can assist you with the proper paperwork in order to successfully adopt your stepson.See question
I got a temporary restraining order against my wife for threats she made but now want to drop it, i filed a motion to dismiss but it was denied, Our first hearing is next week, what do i do in court to drop this?
The judge wants to hear from you in person as to why you are dropping the injunction in order to make certain that you are doing so freely and of your own volition.See question
I gave birth to my daughter in Virginia and was given a bad epidural. I started leaking spinal fluid and did not feel any side effects until after I gave birth. I was not able to sit up for over a week, care for my daughter or even go to the bathr...
You need to consult with an attorney in the state where the alleged malpractice occurred. Every state has different malpractice laws.See question
She was reunified through the courts with the father and the case closed. I still have all my rights and im completely unsupervised. The father refuses 2 give mr a contact number for him and moved from his residence without informing me. With me ...
Because you say she was " reunified with the Father", a lot more information needs to be learned to give you an answer on how to best proceed. I agree, you need to consult with an attorney who can learn all the pertinent facts and then give you an informed answer on your legal rights and options. If he's denying you contact to which you are legally entitled, you may need to file a legal action to enforce your rights.See question