My ex husband owes almost $10,000.00 in past due child support and I recently got legally married and currently expecting my 2nd child , already changed my last name and the new baby is going to have my husband last name as well ( we all are) exce...
It's impossible to give a solid estimate.
There is a criminal background check on potential Dad.
A social study done on the adopting home.
An attorney to represent the child's interests
If father protests, prices go up.
It's 2 lawsuits - termination & a step-parent adoption.
Hire someone that has done them before.
Good luck.See question
My friend and her husband are both Green Card holders staying in the United States. They were married in India but did not register their marriage in USA. Hence, they are unable to file for a divorce in USA. Also, her husband does not wish to re...
I agree. Houston Texas is an international city and one of the biggest cities in the US.
I mediate divorce cases where the people are from all over the world.
I doubt your friend talked to a Texas attorney. In Texas, the judge never sees the marriage license!See question
He has been in prison since she was 4 years old and now is 10 going on 11, he has never helped support her but I believe as parents we need to both be responsible for her?
You need to talk to an attorney.
In Texas, child support usually does not begin until 30 (or more) days after he gets out of prison.
But if he ever receives social security (even after she's grown) and he owes past due child supoport then you might get some money then.
Talk to an attorney in your county.See question
State of Texas, father changed his will, thought that this covered the TOD. I was informed that it does not and that the property belongs to someone he didn't want to receive anything. Can I contest this in court in TX. 2nd. question is; the att...
The attorney might not have even known this account existed.
I believe it was the person's responsibility to keep track of his assets and where they went after death.
If payable on death then it does not become part of the estate.
It sounds like you need to consult with a probate attorney in the county where he lived.
I'm sorry for your loss.See question
Non contested divorce
If it's been less than 30 days then you can ask for a new trial. But then it is up to the judge if it's granted.
If longer than 30 days you need to start over.
Id probably hire an attorney this time that knows what needs to be done.See question
if there is no agreement no orders in the courts an the other parent isn't in the mother hasn't been around for years
Once you move and establish residency in WA (probably around 6 months) you might want to file a court case and make sure the child can remain with you in WA.
You will need a WA attorney to help you and explain their state laws.See question
Im paying child support for 2kids i have shared with my exwife....Decree states when each child emancipates at 18 childsupport stops,i called attorney general theyre telling me decree says when last child emancipates is when child support will end...
It does not appear that you have a "step down" payment in your decree. It might be worth it, your child support would go from 25% to 20% - not a huge decrease.
The TX A G does not represent you, they represent the Texas taxpayers.
I highly encourage you to hire an attorney to look into this matter for you. Look on this website and hire someone. We are not allowed to make suggestions.See question
The thing is my ex HUSBAND filed for a divorce but I have no way of finding out my marriage was a domestic violence situation. MY current fiancee is in ICU fighting for his life and keeps saying he wants to get married right now. I really do not ...
If you are in Harris County then a family law attorney that has signed up with Harris County District Clerk Chris Daniel's website can look at almost everything filed - except if filed in the past 30 days.
If someone tries to hand you papers, take them since you are being "served". If someone leaves a note on your door at home, respond.
I'm sorry your fiancé is so ill.See question
He is giving away mom's household goods and draining her and dad's bank account claiming p.o.a.Iwant to get guardianship but don't have 6k to begin process to protect mom.What can I do? live in town with mom, and desperately want to see my dad's w...
the power of attorney died when your dad did.
you need to find the money to hire a lawyer.
also have mom re-key the house and not give brother a key.
If APS shows up, then you all might lose control of Mom. She will be moved and everything sold for her legal fees and her care. APS will take over everything. Suddenly your brother might be your best friend.
Talk to a lawyer immediately. If either of you are accused of elder abuse, it is a very serious charge and will cost you lots of money to defend yourselves in court.See question
I want to get full custody of my kids. Their dad lives with us but he never pays attention to them or spends time with them. And he is very aggressive also he has a background with an aggravated assault from years ago with his ex wife. He also car...
As stated there is no such thing in Texas a "full custody". You need to talk to a lawyer. Look on this site and hire one.
The assault from his ex is irrelevant if it happened before you had kids and you knew about it. It sounds like you picked a "bad" guy to have kids with and now you are expected to co-parent with this person.See question