My son is will be 4 when we move, his father and I both live in Montgomery county. We live 25 mins apart and he picks up MAYBE once a month due to being "too tired" his father and I do not have a good relationship and this move will be contested a...
You definitely need to hire an attorney. At least make an appointment to consult with one.
If you know the move will be contested, then you should have the details and specifics of your move available to show a Judge that the move really is in the best interest of your child. If your husband is only seeing the child 1 weekend a month, the move may be permitted since that is visitation that is "normal" for parents that live more than 100 miles apart. You may end up having child support reduced as a trade off for the travel cost.See question
My son's biological father and I both live in Texas. We live about 25 mins away from each other and he picks up maybe once a month. Due to him be tired he doesn't have the energy to keep up with him. I am moving to AZ in august and my son will be ...
You should consult with an attorney about your specific case. Most will give a one time consultation for a reasonable price.
In general, however, if there are no court orders, you are free to move. If there are court orders, then it can be very difficult to move. From what you describe, however, if he is only seeing the child 1 weekend a month, the Court may find that this is visitation that could be kept up while the child was in Arizona. It is the "norm" for the non-primary parent that lives 100 miles away to have 1 weekend a month visitation. Your child support may be affected by travel costs, though. Again, you should consult with an attorney.See question
My husband entered illegally, has to misdemeanors dwi, plea bargained dismiss pocs <1g....no felonies. He now has a work permit.
You need to speak with an immigration attorney ASAP.
If your husband has any criminal convictions, it can affect your eligibility for an I-601a. You really need to make sure the specific facts of your case are reviewed.
The USCIS filing fees are increasing December 23, 2016. You may want to check with an attorney ASAP to try to file before then.See question
Hi. My wife had submitted my I-13O application to USCIS on 26th September 2016. The USPS tracking number shows the parcel has delivered to their mailbox on 26th September. Till now, We have not received any I 797 document from USCIS. The USPS ...
You should give it a couple more weeks. You could also try to make an INFOPASS appointment with USCIS. The appointments can be hard to get as the spaces fill up very fast.
You should talk to an attorney to review your case in more detail.See question
I had an original child support order in 2007 that states I may determine the child's primary residence without regards to geographical location. In 2013 it was modified to address visitation if we lived in the same county and a visitation schedul...
You should consult with an attorney who can review your order with you.
If you have the exclusive right to designate a child's residence without regard to geographic location, then you have the right to move anywhere. The only thing that changes this would be an order from the court.See question
My ex is constantly causing hostile situations at our exchange location, which the decree states is 'at blah blah restaurant', not indicating inside/outside. Because of his hostility and my desire to come unchaperoned, I have asked him to (1st: s...
I get asked by people on occasion: "how can we avoid court?"
Unfortunately, the only person who can modify an order is the judge of the same court that issued it. So, that will mean that you will need to go to Court.
The most "peaceful" way to do this is to go to mediation. That is a process that is outside of court. Usually, it is a half day or whole day, paid for by the parties equally and held with a mediator who tries to help the parties come up with an agreement. All courts in Harris County require it. Mediation is a good way to save time and money.
You should consult with an attorney to see if this would fit your situation.See question
I was with the father of my child for 2 years we lived together for most of those 2 years. We bought a car in both of our names and still currently have car insurance and a phone plan. We have filed taxes together as well, I am concerned that we w...
You should definitely consult with an attorney. Many offer a reduced consultation fee or free consultation.
Texas is a very strong "common law marriage" state. If you two people hold themselves out as married, a marriage can exist.
An attorney can help you either file for a divorce or draw up paperwork confirming that you were not married but setting forth rights and visitation rules for your child and regulating child support.See question
My father set up a will when mw and sublings were young that when he died my sister brother and i were splitting his pension
You should contact a lawyer to sit down and review your case in depth.
Usually, inheritance is separate property, but occasionally the income from separate property (belonging to just one of you) can be community property (belonging to both of you) or mixing monies in a bank account can raise issues.
It would be wise for you to speak with a lawyer to gain insight and learn how to protect your assets.See question
MY spouse went missing while snorkeling in the Caribbean sea, she was never found nor any remains in 2015, I have keep up and help with the investigation but there is no trace. Because she had not been declared decease I can't closed certain accou...
I am very sorry for your struggle.
You should speak with a lawyer about your case. There may be some options for you. You may be able to file a lawsuit in family court seeking a declaration that your wife is dead or, if enough time has not passed, you could be named her legal agent and authorized to have all of her accounts transferred to you. It is likely a court would appoint an independent attorney ad litem to search for your wife, so you should contact an attorney to discuss this process and its costs.See question
Her mom says she does because of a breakup when my son gave her to her for foodstamp and medical did not go to court
You should definitely consult an attorney.
More information may be needed. Most attorneys should be able to help you get a copy of any orders pertaining to a child, and, if needed, modify those orders.See question