Child support is in my mothers name. The child has been in my custody for the past 4 years. My mom agrees and there is no fight over this just a matter of us doing it. The father is 4 1/2 years past due on child support and doesn't care either way...
You could contact the AG's office. There are no standard forms for a three-party case like this.See question
I'm trying to serve my child's father with a modification suit for child support. The address he gave me for his home is a Mailbox Etc type of place, and when I Google his employer the address shows it's permanently closed. Coincidentally, I didn'...
Another idea is to let the AG try to serve him. They have a parent locator service through which they might be able to serve him. The other attorneys have given good, correct answers. This is all I could think of to add value to your question. ;-) Good luck!!See question
Can i go out of town to work for a couple month's if me and my wife are talking about a divorce? As long as i send her money for the kids is that abandonment?
No, it is not abandonment. She will prevail in a custody conflict on those facts, but that's not what you asked.See question
my ex wife filed the petition and we have court on the 28th, im going to meet up to get served with the process server today, im concerned cuz i do not have a attorney and cant afford one, she is trying to take all my rights and change the geograp...
If you have been exercising regular visitation, she has a difficult sell to convince the court to let her move away. It can be done, but it's not easy. And no, you don't have court on the 28th. First, you have not been served, so there's no court date at all as far as you are concerned. Second, if the 28th is a final trial date, that's no good because Rule 245 of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure require that you have at least 45 days' notice of the first trial setting. If you haven't been served yet, that 45 day clock has not started--even if you have actual knowledge of the court date.
These procedural issues are just a small part of why you should hire an attorney.
Good luck!!See question
I have a 13 yr old step-son that wants to live with his dad and me for over the past year. His living situation with his mother. Well let's just say its pretty bad cause these kids are wanting away from her due to the fact she doesn't fed them or ...
The children's father needs to take ownership of this issue. If he wants to do so, he should file a petition to modify the parent-child relationship asking the court to place the children with him.See question
I have custody. of two minor children for about 6_7 years now i took my ex off child support cuz shr almost went to jail twice with the condition she help out when i needed it 4 yrs haave past with no help and has not complied with any court order...
If you voluntarily relinquish actual possession of the children for more than 6 months, she can almost definitely get custody reversed. If it's just for a few months, you have less of a chance of that happening. Your question tells me that you know this is a bad idea...go with that gut instinct and don't send the children away with her over the summer.See question
I'm ready to move out of the apartment I lease and move some where else to live with my child. Due to the fact I can no longer take the drug abuse, verbal, physical abuse. I have been the only provider for the home. I would like relocate in same ...
It's time for a divorce. I don't know your facts outside of what you posted. Based on that little bit of information, I would (a) move out; (b) stay out for a month or so; then (c) file for divorce. Do it in that order. In Dallas County, the standing order would prevent you from filing and THEN moving out unless you had a temporary orders hearing giving you the right to do so. Also, at a TO hearing, there is some chance that the court might order you to pay some of his living expenses. If you can get out and be away for a month or two, you can argue to the court that he can pay his own living expenses because he has been. Does that make sense?
I suggest that you locate a good Family Law attorney in your area and invest in a consultation so that you can develop a game plan. I'm sorry you've had to endure this nonsense. It's time to work your way out of it.
Finally: If there are personal safety issues, then get moving sooner rather than later. Do not endanger yourself.See question
My daughters father is not on birth Certificate, but had a paternity test done, there is no court order about custody. He won't let me see her, can I file for custpdy, or can I just go get her? What do I need to do?
You need an attorney to help you.
You could file an application for writ of habeas corpus and get the child back that way. He might respond by filing a paternity suit.
Good luck!!See question
Hi, I have sole custody of my boys and I was wanting to go on a family vacation outside the country. I know that sometimes there's a required note or finger print from the other party approving of the trip would I have to do that? Thank you
See if that link helps you. If you have sole managing conservatorship or an order that clearly gives you the sole and exclusive right to apply for passports and consent to international travel, you are probably OK.See question
you talk with the DA about child support, do custody arrangements get decided then too?
Yes. The AG is not very creative, so if you want something besides joint managing conservatorship and a standard possession schedule, you will have to go to court.See question