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10-15 visits from child services 15-20 police visits n mental hospital 2X 2011 he wants out badly but my problem my parental rights were suspended 2006 during divorce proceeding.
Even if your parental rights were terminated you can adopt your son if you go through the proper procedures. I would need to talk with you about why those rights were suspended or terminated in the first place, then plan out a course of action. You really need to get in front of a judge immediately to get some emergency temporary orders in place so that your son does not have to go back now. You have nothing in place preventing that at this time.See question
CPS failed to get a court order falied to drug test the mother got someone who went to prison for manslaughter to take the kids and hide them the gave these two little girls info to a sex offender in prison is this a good case
First, I have not sued CPS. I have worked with them and against them in cases, but not sued directly like you are seeming to want.
You really need to sit down with an attorney, take all of the pleadings, a timeline, and a list of possible negligent/harmful actions they have done and discuss it with that attorney. Suing governmental entities tends to be very difficult, but not impossible. Good luck.See question
I met a guy at church who I think I love. I have a son who is almost 5yrs old. I have full custody, his dad sees him on the weekends. The guy I met has a bad past, used to sell drugs and stuff when he was younger which makes him a felon. He is a ...
Dad can almost always try to modify the order and either change the possession schedule, get an injunction in place to keep this guy from being around your son, or change custody. The requirement for the law suit to be filed is simply that there is a 'material change in circumstance' of 'one of the parties affected by the order.' This is not clearly defined and actually a low threshold to meet.
Seeing this new man is a risk only you can decide to take or not. Understand that whoever you meet will likely spur Dad to file litigation if he is a jealous person, no matter that new person's past. Good luck to you.See question
I have unfortunalty not seen my daughter in a little over a year due to my ex. We were never married, have a 6 year old daughter. We have an order set up where I pay child support and I am supposed to get my daughter every other weekend. Long s...
I think you need to know what it is you want. If you simply want to punish your ex or make her comply with the child possession schedule, depending on the language in your prior order, you probably have good standing to enforce on it. This would make her face additional jail time, possible attorney's fees and fines. Whether you actually saw any payment would be a different story.
If you are looking to be the primary caregiver of your daughter, you need to sit down with an attorney and discuss the entire case with them, not just your ex's situation. You seem to have a very good start, but only by discussing it in detail with a lawyer knowledgeable in family law are you going to get a better idea of how you should proceed.See question
she does not want to divorce even after 10 years NOT seeing, not talking , nothing for 10 years which was soon after the marriage!. how can I convince her to uncontested or something would get out of this marriage without a day in court? Do I have...
You may not be able to, but you have the right idea. File, serve her, and assert she's abandoned the marriage. You might actually get 1/2 of the assets accumulated during the time apart, which is great leverage. If you cannot find her, you can serve her by publication. If she fails to respond to the law suit, you can default her and at least obtain the divorce you are wanting.See question
I have a son who lives in FL and I reside in Texas. My aunt and a relative on his mothers side of the family have joint custody of him because I was not in the state at the time when his mother was locked up. I am in FL temporarily and need to see...
The best way to start this conversation is to have a copy of the prior orders. Then get a copy of those orders to an attorney. Set up a telephone conference for a time when the attorney has had a chance to review those orders and determine a proposed course of action. There are simply to many unanswered questions here to proceed with an answer, but if you can provide additional information, specifically to the questions Mr. Holmes proposed, we would have a much better starting point.See question
I hired an attorney to represent me a divorce and custody case that was contested at first, my wife and I agreed to do uncontested and just split everything. Attorney didn't want me to agree to it she wanted for me to fight, I didn't see the poin...
Any attorney licensed to practice law in Texas and that is competent to file/argue and appeal can help you. With this particular case, you may want to put up a bond or put those monies into the Court's registry to show your good faith and not incur additional penalties. Then, once the appeals process is done, the Court would release those funds to the party it belongs to. You have a limited time to appeal the decision, so you need to hire an attorney or begin the process immediately.See question
My wife and I have not been together since 2009 and we live in different states. She has supposedly had a child by the guy she cheated on me with and I have been trying to figure out how I go about getting the divorce. I live in Dallas and she li...
As long as you have been in Texas six months and a resident of Dallas for the past 90 days, you can file here. We would need to serve her in Arizona, or, after proving to the court that you have tried and attempted every way possible to get her served, the court might allow service by publication in a local AZ newspaper. Once you get her served, depending on if she wants to fight it, we would probably default her here in Texas, so you could be filed to finished in 60 days.See question
My grandchild is 16 months old. CPS gave us temporary custody of our grandchild and has been in our care for 14 of the 16 months she has been alive. My son has moved away and the mother has only seen her child twice in the last 7 months. Once o...
Mr. Eaker is correct in that you would merely be formalizing the current situation. You need to make sure that it is done properly, and you probably want to go ahead and adopt the child. You could just change the conservatorship roles and insert yourselves as managing conservators, but one or the other needs to be done soon while everyone is still in agreement.See question