Our boys are 18 a Sr. In high school and 16 a Jr. In highschool. We have joint possession and conservator of both boys.
Either party can request a modification of the prior order. The requesting party will have the burden of showing that the modification is in the best interest of the children. The Court can only grant support going forward not retroactively.See question
Hello, I am in a child custody case in Austin Texas. My attorney suggested an Ad litum whom I agreed to. However in the past 3 months the Ad litum has not made any attempt to meet with my children or their school councillors and their eco sys...
The ad litem represents your children not you. If you do not believe the ad litem is doing his job, your attorney needs to file a motion with the court. The court is the only one that can remove the ad litem.
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The case is in the Harris County Family Court. Defendant is overseas. Petitioner is in Hoston. Does a remote or in-written form trial exist or possible if Defendant is out of the County?
Listen to the other two lawyers. HIRE A LAWYER. The question that you are asking has a lot of specific details that completely changes the answer. Issues of jurisidiction, service and process are fundamental constitional protections. This is not a question for a free online forum.See question
I have a creditor that is taking me to court over an unpaid debt. A constable went to my brother's house looking for me to serve papers. The constable apparently thought my brother was lying about me not living there anymore. The constable told...
No they cannot. However, the process server is just somebody doing their job so give them a call and arrange a time that they can serve you.
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My husband was sent a letter about a court date for child support case, there hasn't been a DNA test done yet, but in the case that its his, he wants to sign his rights away.
It is highly unlikely that the Court is going to terminate his rights unless the mother agrees. Your husband has the duty to pay child support for any children he has fathered unless discharged by the Court. If the Court does grant a termination, he will not have to pay support from that time forward.
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About 17 years ago, I got arrested for a Class B Misdemeanor in Texas. When I showed up for court date I was informed that it had been rescheduled. I was in the process of moving during all this, and due to unforeseen circumstances was unable to m...
Texas counties typically do not extradite non violent misdemeanors. Additionally, misdemeanor warrants are not communitcated to other states except in the case of direct requests.See question
I am on probation for a petty theft crime that happened over the recent summer. I have been on time/ahead with all payments, fees, community service, and po visits. Today I got into a very, very minor fender bender that resulted in only simple lit...
Class C traffic offenses are not grounds for a revocation unless the thing you were ticketed for was a condition of your probation. Your PO will ask you if you had contact with law enforcement and you need to disclose it but it is unlikely thst you will be violated. Good luck.See question
I've looked into expunging my record but would it be easier or cheaper to just reduce my change to a misdemeanor.
If you are looking to expunge a crime, you must do it in the state in which you caught the charge (in this case Oregon). You need to resubmit it in the Oregon section.
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I am recently divorced and have two children. I have all I can handle, and don't want any more children. My ex-girlfriend has 3 children from a previous relationship, and told me that her tubes were tied. However, about 3 months ago, she had a ova...
If the child receives any kind of State aid, you can be held liable for support. Child support is not between your girlfriend and you, it is between you and your child. A judge may show you some sympathy on back support if she tells you it is not yours and prevents you from being involved. You do need to talk to a family law attorney.
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We're currently living together and taking care of our child.
Yes. The two of you can do so as long as there is you both agree. You will need to file a petition to modify. Also, look at your decree. Most decrees have language that cancels support upon marriage or remarriage of the parties. Good luck.See question