I have papers of divorce all I need is a lawyer to represent me at court I'm not going after my husband money or anything we left our marriage on good terms we have no kids either...i just need it done as soon as possible.
You may not need a lawyer in court, but it is a good idea to meet with a lawyer and review the papers. There are several forms that often go along with a divorce. It would be a hassle to get down to the court and have something missing.
Many lawyers offer a reduced cost for this.See question
I just had my baby in December. The father was present during the birth and stayed at the hospital and came home with me and baby when released from the hospital. We don't live together. The father would come over to help for the first week after ...
You definitely need to consult with a lawyer.
If you wish to change the birth certificate, you will need a paternity action. You will need to file a lawsuit to have the father ruled out via DNA (thereby dropping his name) or confirming that he is the father (probably giving him the choice to keep the name) but making him pay child support.
The Office of the Attorney General may be able to help you with the lawsuit, but it is worth it to at least talk to a private lawyer that will help review all the steps of the process with you since the AG office is often over-worked.See question
I am a green card holder living in texas. I have a minor daughter living in the Philippines with her mom together with her cousins and aunt and uncle, her mom and I are not married. Her mom died a few days ago from lung cancer. I want to petit...
Definitely you should consult with an Immigration attorney.
For example, you may be able obtain temporary legal status of her coming first as a tourist, then as a student. After a few years wait, she might be eligible to become a a Legal Permanent Resident (green card holder) and even citizen.
Please contact an attorney to go over the specifics of your case.See question
Both man and woman are citizens but immigrants from another country, living in US for the past 20+years, want to separate. They are not legally married in US and may be not married in their previous country too. But they living together and ...
I practice both immigration and family law. You should consult with a lawyer familiar with both- especially if there are issues with abuse.
Texas does not recognize legal separation but there may be some options depending on what your goal is.
Please contact a lawyer to discuss your case in more detail.See question
I recently had a final hearing which was scheduled for January 2016 because the opposing attorney found a way to have it rescheduled. Since that time frame, my daughter has expressed to her doctor and counseling that the stress of my ex, makes he...
Do you have a lawyer? If not, you need to get one or at least talk to one.
Your issue here goes way beyond general message board advice. If there are issues of child safety or suspending visitation that is very serious. Usually visitation would not be suspended outright but supervised.See question
Non disputed divorce started paperwork with divorce papers .com the x will even come to sign papers we don't want anything from each other just the divorce
AVVO does not permit specific attorney recommendations but if you use the Find a Lawyer function you can find one nearby. You can also call a lawyer you like on here to get a referral or speak with them.See question
The proper way in filling a divorce
You should contact a lawyer. Many will offer an initial consultation. I have written a guide discussing the process and fees that might be useful for you.
I'm in the middle of a custody battle (Texas) where it's been proven that my daughter has been with me her whole life, i took my daughter to her dads in louisiana in the summer for vacation, and he didnt give her back. i'm out $5000 and all we've ...
You should definitely talk to other lawyers if you have lost confidence in your attorney. However, the reality is that child custody litigation is expensive-- especially if you are fighting in 2 states?
I licensed in both Louisiana and Texas. It sounds like it has now been decided that Texas is where the child needs to be. That could have cost a fee thousand dollars but before you go further, you should make sure that you are comfortable with your advocate.See question
Our son is in a safp for 6 months. His daughter is four years old and her mom wants child support from us in order for us to have regular visits.
I have handled many cases like this. Grandparent rights in Texas are limited, but the situation you describe is one where visitation will generally be awarded.
You should contact a lawyer ASAP to review the specifics of your case in person.See question
Married for 17 years he tells me he is going to kill me if I leave cheats on me call me names hit me and my son I need help
You should speak with a lawyer ASAP. Many are willing to work with a budget. I offer a reduced rate in office consultation, for example.
If you have been married 17 years, there could be genuine issues of property that you should be advised of. If you do not have children or property, you may be able to do things yourself with some guidance and save a lot of money.
If your safety is at issue, you may want to speak with someone about a protective order.
Please contact a lawyer ASAP!See question