He has a baby on the way from another woman and he has to take care of them.
Generally speaking, the Court will not merely terminate a father's rights to a child simply because he wants out of his obligation for paying child support. There are a number of factors the Court must consider in making a ruling to terminate, and the Court must ultimately find that termination is in the best interest of the child. If other factors beyond those listed in your facts are at play - factors which would demonstrate that it's not in the best interest of the minor child that the child have an ongoing relationship with the father - then the Court would be more inclined to grant a termination.See question
my husband will not be getin out anytime soon, so if he files his answer with the court because he doesnt want the divorce will he get to b there in court being that he is incarcerated
Under Texas Law, if one party wants to end a marriage with a divorce, the Court will divorce you - regardless of any pleas by the other spouse that you stay married. The fact that your spouse has been in prison for such a lengthy time or won't sign papers won't impede the process. The judicial system has mechanisms to handle non responsive spouses.See question
We don't know where they are living, if he's okay. We are very concerned because of past abuse from her and her husband. We can't even find out from the school he was in last year if he's still there or not. Says we have to go there and we are two...
You may want to retain the services of a Private Investigator to help ascertain the whereabouts of mom and her current husband. Sometimes a little money spent in that area can go a long way. PIs have access to certain databases and other information not readily available to the public. A good one is Duane Krueger of Krueger and Associates in Dallas, Texas.See question