So one family member filed for p.o.a over her mother in 2013. Then her sister filed for p.o.a in 2015. Which one will they go by?how would one go about getting one null n void?
Unfortunately you are using the wrong terminology.
Your mother would sign a power of attorney and designate who she wants to handle either her medical or financial affairs. There are more than one type of poa in Texas. And in the financial poa it can be customized regarding what the person can do so each poa is different.
If your relatives are trying to get guardian over your mom, that is a court proceeding.
A poa is revokable by the person at any time.
I recommend talking to an attorney where your mom lives to determine the answers to your questions.
Normally if mom signed a power of attorney in 2013 then the one in 2015 says that all prior poa's are revoked. Otherwise, no financial institution can rely on a poa. Unfortunately, many times I've seen people execute numerous powers of attorney to different people. That is why many financial institutions since they can be sued later by someone else claiming they have poa. Many banks won't accept one unless the person did it in their facility on their form with their witnesses and notary.See question
I married with a guy for a year and just found out he didnt get divorce from his previous marriage ( seperate for many years). People told me that my current marriage is considered void and officially I'm still in single status even though we coul...
Since there is a marriage license out there I would get a divorce.
If he divorces the first wife then your marriage becomes valid and is no longer considered void.
To avoid complications you need a divorce. Otherwise, bad things can happen years down the road. For example, social security issues later when you go to retire. Or, you win the lottery and he shows up and wants 1/2 - and yes, it has happened in Texas.
So get a divorce and start clean.See question
My ex fiancé all of a sudden asked me to move out of the house with our toddler because he's bringing in someone else that I just discovered. So he will be in PA & I will be in TX & before I leave he told me he wanted to have the baby for a week e...
I would be in a family law attorneys' office as soon as possible. You need to a lawsuit pending that will eventually lead to a judge signing orders.
In Texas no judge will allow the child to be split for 6 months.
If you don't get legal paperwork done and he takes the kid and disappears it's going to be hard to locate him and the child. The child does not know his name or phone number.
You need to do something immediately.
Happy Thanksgiving.See question
Child support order stating everything including geographical restriction. Want to get it overturn, but the father doesn't want to agree to it.
It will depend on the evidence presented to the judge.
for example, if dad never sees the children then perhaps the judge will allow you to move.
If, however, Dad sees the kids regularly then the chances of moving diminish.
If dad does not provide financial support then the judge might let you move if you have a good job in another town.
As you can see it's not clear cut.
Hire an attorney and good luck.See question
Looking into getting a divorce trying to see where to begin
The free Texas website is www.texaslawhelp.org
Tthere is no place that will mail you free forms.
Our attorney we have tried to contact since my fiancé has been in custody and besides the one time he has came to visit my fiancé, it is damn near impossible to reach this man. I had to call him 6 times Thursday at different hours of the day for h...
This sounds like a criminal Not A case not a family law case. You can fire him but no new attorney.
If you don't have money then hire a lawyer then you get who is next on the judges list.
Also if he's busy calling 6 times A day does not matter. When an attorney is in a trial their phone is turned off. A trial can last days or weeks and their trial takes 100% priority.
If you want more personal attention then find the money to hire an attorney with staff available 9-5 m-f.See question
I have two boys and they are 16 and 15 and there father owe 34,000 in back pay and nothing haves been done about it i have ask to be taking back to court , nothing he haves been playing the system since day one he work but gets paid in cash due to...
Talk to an attorney. I get calls all the time from men retiring and getting their social security money he t for past due Chris Ltd support. A judge might throw him in jail for 6 months but they cannot make him pay child support.See question
I filed for divorce 18 months ago and it became dismissed. During this time my spouse has made no contact with we or our son (we live 15 minutes apart from each other). Last month he calls and tells me he wants to help with child support. We go to...
Call an experienced family law attorney. You need to get divorced and have child support ordered. After talking to an attorney in depth the abandonment claim might not be worth the effort.See question
In my paperwork it says that if the custodial parent moves out of the county they filed the child support paperwork in that she needs to pick my son up from my residence. She has moved out of the original county since the order was rendered but re...
So keep the child and call an attorney to represent you. Sounds like you need a modification. Good luck!See question
I have been informed that I must now go meet with CPS because my ex says I'm causing the kids mental distress and being violent. She did this before a year ago and CPS cleared me, but she still kept the kids away for a year. I've now taken her to ...
So the new court orders have not been signed by the judge - correct?
So you need to file a motion to enter the orders and have a hearing to get the judge to sign the legal document.
I think you need an attorney to help you.See question