I'm 36 weeks pregnant by a man who has put me through hell during the whole pregnancy. He recently just got out of rehab & is living in an oxford home, but has been doing drugs since the day he got out of rehab. This man is involved with people I ...
Nothing can be done until the child is born. Once the child is born you can ask the father if he voluntarily chooses to terminate his parental rights. In doing so, the father would not be required to pay child support but would have zero access to the child. The same would be true for the father's family.
If the father does not agree to terminate his rights, then you could possibly file suit to terminate his parental rights on the grounds that he knowingly engages in activities that pose a substantial risk of harm to the child's physical and mental well being.
I hope this helps and wish you the best of luck.See question
My babies father is trying to take all my rights to see my baby can he do that if I have no social security and have been deported once before and also if I am involved with cps????
I'm not sure I completely understand your question, but generally termination of parental rights is a very serious proceeding. Unlike most other family law issues, termination requires proof by clear and convincing evidence that it is appropriate under one of several statutorily defined grounds AND that the termination is in the child's best interests. There is not a ground supporting termination based on a lack of social security benefits. I suggest you contact a lawyer as soon as possible to protect you and your child's rights.
Good luck with everything.
and they are paying the payment late and it is hitting the other parties credit what are the options to get this taken care of and off credit report?
If the decree was specific regarding the obligations to the property, then you can seek an enforcement action with the court.See question
I have 3 children, 21yr old in her jr yr college and, 18 yr old in comm college but moving to hawaii and 14 yr old still at home. We own a house together and I want out. The only thing I want out of this marriage is a car and joint custody of m...
Kevin is correct. Texas doesn't recognize legal separation. You are either divorced or not in the state of Texas.See question
i thought i was divorced from my wife for the past 5 yrs and come to find out she never filed the papers
Bottom line is yes. The waiting period has nothing to do with contestability.See question
i have the papers to file my own divorce how can i be sure i fill them out correctly and how long does i normallly take to become final also what is the amount i will be paying out of my pocket for the papers to be fieled
If you qualify, you can try legal aid of Northwest Texas. Also, the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers regularly holds free clinics on Saturdays throughout the metroplex where you can simply walk in and have a lawyer look at your papers at no charge.
i have the divorce papers.. i paid for an online thing from some website and i just dont know where to take them or what to do first...
You need to take the original petition along with the proper filing fee to the district clerk's office. The Dallas County Courthouse is 600 Jackson Street, Dallas Texas 75202 and the clerk's office is on the first floor.
Best of luck!
She is an emotional train wreck. I gotta get out of this!
The Texas Family Code sets forth four general grounds upon which an annulment can be granted. They are:
1. If a party to the marriage was at least 16 but under 18 at the time of marriage and that party did not have parental consent or court-ordered permission to marry;
2. If at the time of marriage they party seeking annulment was under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol, as a result lacked the capacity to consent to the marriage, and has not voluntarily lived with the other party since the effects of the intoxication ended.
3. If either party was permanently impotent at the time of marriage and the party seeking annulment did not know of the impotency at the time of marriage.
4. If you were subjected to fraud, duress or force to get you to enter into the marriage and you haven't lived with her voluntarily since learning of the fraud, duress or force.
Unless you fall into one of these four categories, it is unlikely that you can seek an annulment of your marriage in a Texas court. Good luck, and I hope this helps.
I would like to know what measures, if any, are required when an LLC member funds the LLC.
Bottom line, make sure that you don't commingle funds from your separate LLC account with your community account. Also, there is a theory called alter ego that you should be aware of. If you disregard corporate formalities, i.e. treat the LLC as your own personal piggy bank, it is possible that the LLC will not be seen as a separate entity.See question
Are we still legally separated?
Unlikely not. Texas does not recognize "legal separation" so unless New York Law states your status as being separated can continue indefinitely then it is unlikely you would still be considered separated. Another thing to be aware of is the concept of informal or common law marriage in Texas. There is a possibility that you might meet the definition of common law marriage so you need to be aware of this also.See question