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My oldest son is 17 about to turn 18 this December he wants to get a summer part time job !but he's still receiving child support is there any consequences ?
He's probably not receiving child support. The money is ordered to the parent where he lives.See question
We have been separated over a year, she recently moved from Texas to Oklahoma. I have our three kids and she has provided next to zero support for them. I've recently changed jobs the children are under my healthcare. She is employed and opted out...
If a judge orders you to do do then you must.
If she is injured or gets sick then you might be on the hook to pay her medical bills.
So if you don't add her then prayer for her good health To continue.See question
Have lived in Texas for 5 years. Previously lived 50 years in Illinois. Does that fulfill the residency requirement for filing for divorce in Illinois?
No. You left Illinois years ago and 6 months later became a resident of Texas.See question
I just filed original petition for divorce, but then realized that my wife original first name is in "last name" place. How can I change or correcting it?
I agree with attorney Corbett. Basically take your Origin. Petition for divorce and add "first amended petition for divorce" in the title then make the fix. Be sure to include everything you had in the orig. petition. Make copies and file it.See question
My ex husband has my son for a month in the summer and I sent my son with his device so I can speak to him. He is 6. They won't let me Speak to him on the device and harras me every time I call which is only once a day. His new wife cusses at me ...
Record them. Save a few up then go hire a lawyer.
Unfortunately judges cannot fix "nasty" people.
How sad for your son. I consider bad mouthing the other parent as abuse.See question
IT IS JUST A QUESTION BC SOMEONE TOLD ME THAY I AM NOT SURE ABOUT Getting PAY TILL HE/SHE IS IN COLLEGE
I agree with the other attorney. If you were ever past due on child support then it continues until it's paid 100% plus all interest that has accrued at 6%. so just because a kid turns 18 does not mean it automatically goes away.
Look on the Texas child support disbursement unit to determine what you might still owe or if you are paid in full.
College does not work - unless you contractually agreed to it in your divorce. So read your decree.See question
My friends son is in prison and his wife has sent him a final decree for divorce with a waiver. In the divorce she asks for Sole Managing Conservator, with Agreed to visitations only on mutually agreed times, and child support. The parents are e...
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If grandparents want visitation, then they need to intervene in the divorce and ask for it now. Otherwise, she does not have to let them see the kid.
Plus, normally child support does not begin until 30 - 90 days AFTER he gets out of prison.
I think someone needs to hire a lawyer to review the paperwork. It does not sound that great - plus there is no "standard" for someone in prison. it might depend on what he was convicted for and when he should get out of prison.See question
is it possible my husband divorce me in USA after 4 years marriage without informing me while i'm away in Russia 8 months at a visit to my mum. what are my rights from a house value 200.000$ he owns a year before our marriage and 100.000$ savings...
It's impossible to fully answer your questions without much more info. and this website is not appropriate for you to rely on free info.
If he owned the home BEFORE marriage, it's his separate property. If he made any mortgage payments while you were married then you might be entitled to some money - usually not 50% of the mortgage payments since you would have had to pay something to live anywhere in Texas.
All assets BEFORE marriage belong to the person that owned them before marriage. So if his bank account was $5,000 when he married you then you are looking at $95,000 increase that would be divided. If he had $500,000 before marriage and now has $100,000 then you get zero.
Any assets and debts before marriage remain that person's asset or debt after the marriage.
You would be entitled to 50% of the assets accumulated during the 4 year marriage. And, usually debts accumulated during the marriage also need to be handled in the divorce.
You need to look on this site and hire a lawyer. Otherwise, I assume, he is offering you zero.See question
I called my husband and asked to talk to my son who was with him. He recorded my conversation with my son without me knowing or giving consent. Is the recorded phone call admissible in Court of Law?
Only one party to a conversation in Texas needs to know the call is being recorded.
That said, getting a phone call into evidence is not that easy.
To be on the safe side, from now all, assume all of your conversations are being recorded and be careful what you say to another person - be it your husband, your child or a friend.See question