My spouse and I are getting divorced and the court date is on January 31. She signed the waiver of service and signed the final divorce decree. All the paperwork is with the courts now and they have it until January 31 when the judge signs. My sp...
Yes. If your 61 days has run then get down to the courthouse and prove this up pronto. I assume you don't have an attorney. If you do, then call the attorney for advice. Good luck!See question
My husband has sole custody and bm filed for joint custody and gave me the paperwork thinking my husband would just sign them. My husband told bm to have him served. What if he isn't served before the court date? I know the court date because I lo...
if he's not served then the court cannot go forward. So the judge can either dismiss the entire case or re-set 3-4 weeks away in order to give a process server time to serve him. You need to hire an attorney and quit trying to do this yourself.See question
He left us on October 10th/ 016 .he doesn't pay child support he doesn't accept my demands . To let us(me and our children) keep the house.,he even doesn't want to pay child support on his real income! he is a self employee, He has enough money ...
I would hire an attorney and ask for temporary orders so that visitation, child support, health insurance and other issues can be decided while this case is pending. Quit negotiating with him and just hire a lawyer. If he controls all the money then he might be ordered by a judge to pay all or part of your legal fees. I hope this answer helps.See question
Non-custodial parent (NCP) owes $25K in child support. Child support enforcement keeps scheduling hearings and sending orders to appear and show cause to NCP via certified mail. NCP never picks up the certified mail, and the case gets continued be...
I'd quit wasting your time and hire a private attorney that will serve her and get her into court. TX A G's office is what you paid for it - nothing.See question
What rights do I have?
It's time to lawyer up and get before a judge.
I mediate full-time if you need a mediator. I've done several same sex family law issues in 2016. I suspect that this area of the law will continue to grow in 2017 and beyond.
Don't wait - time could be against you.See question
My wife took me off child support this summer after we got married. She recently left me, and took our child from me. I haven't seen or heard from them in almost 2 months. Can I put myself back on to regain my rights? Can I request a modification ...
Sure you can but it probably won't accomplish what you want. They will take your money but not guaranttee that you see your kid.
I would suggest filing for divorce and ask for temporary orders to see the kid.
It's a new case and the old orders "went away" when you married.
Hire an attorney today.See question
My son was hung and killed and his wife she called me in as a suicide how can I have her prosecuted for murder?
Murder is a crime and the police and District Attorney's office handles criminal matters.
You could sue her civilly for money damages.
You posted under family law which is not appropriate it.
Look under Louisiana and criminal law on this website. To sue her civilly look for a civil trial attorney.See question
My sister's husband is legally married to another women from another state. He and she decided to marry in San Antonio, TX last year knowing he was married. They both have a criminal record already. What can I do?
It's a criminal matter. You can report it to the DA in the county where he lives. But since it is a non-violence crime and the District Attorney's offices are swamped don't expect them to leap on this.
In the meantime, your sister needs a divorce so look on this site and hire one.See question
My 3yr old goes with her father as court ordered but within the last 3 months she has had two hair cut incidents. When i ask him for a explanation he gets upset with me! I have a right to be concerned. I have no idea how to take action. I'm not su...
You can ask for supervised visits. Quite frankly I doubt you'd like SAFE program. The people there are drug addicts, registered sex offenders, etc.
Hair cuts probably do not raise to the level of supervised visits.
I might suggest that you and dad go to counseling to learn how to communicate better and work together for the best interests of your child.
I know there is one Harris County judge that had a brother that was a real klutz and ended up in the emergency room on a regular basis. If you are in his court, he won't have any sympathy for you since his parents were married and very hands on but his brother still was regularly at the doctor's for various accidents.
Accidents happen to the best of parents.See question
My daughter is now 23 years old but I am disabled, permanently(chemo-induced neuropathy).How can I get rid of those arrears if I'm never able to work again and never able to pay them? Since she is 23, modification would do nothing.When she went to...
To my knowledge you cannot discharge this debt. The good news is that since she's over 18 you cannot go to jail.
I suggest that you make small payments each month.
TX A G can take $$ from your disability check or social security check.
Interest continues to accrue and that's going to be a problem too.
If you die, then your estate owes the money.
If you inherit anything, I've seen the TX A G intervene and grab inheritance money.
I'm sorry to give you such bad news.See question