So my ex is married and wants me to relinquish my rights of termination so the childsupport can be forgiving and her kids can be adopted.does she has to hire an adoption attorney to get it done and my childsupport can be waived. I mean i never see...
To make sure that everything is done exactly as you want, I would suggest you hire an attorney.
You could have your visitation terminated but still owe child support. So be sure the wording in the termination says what you want it to say.
The kids will need an attorney, there will be a social study done of the home, a background check done on the step-dad and it takes awhile. It can be done but it will probably take at least 3-4 months.See question
I married my husband 2/28/17 in Texas. I have the Texas marriage certificate. Unfortunately, my husband, a veteran passed away this Monday, May 15, 2017. I started proceedings with the VA for the funeral. I was informed I am not listed as his nex...
Look on this site and hire a probate attorney.
I'm sorry for your loss.
Texas keeps track of all divorces Call the Bureau of Vital Statistics in Austin or look on their website.
If you know what county he lived in where the divorce might have happened, that county will have the paperwork available for $1 per page certified copy.See question
When I was married I purchased a house that my father in law consigned, because my ex' credit wasn't good. He left me 9 months ago and at the time he left I couldn't afford the mortgage, so I moved in with my mom. I did not put the house in the di...
If your name is on the mortgage and/or deed then you need to be involved in the sale.
You are a co-owner of the home.
You might need a real estate attorney - if so, look on this site and find one.See question
My child's father and I have an agreed voluntary child support order filed in the state of Texas, and want to know what options we have as far as canceling/terminating it. The children and I do not receive any state benefits whatsoever .
Yes it's possible.
If no state or federal money is owed, then the TX A G will sign the change.
If TX A G is involved I'd hire a lawyer to help you deal with the TX A G,See question
My son granted temporary custody of his daughter with supervised visitation with the mother. We have never been orderd back to court for final judgement. Guessing they have lost paperwork. The mother never registered with SAFE and has never mad...
You can file contempt for not paying child support.
You cannot do anything if she is not visiting.
You might want to consult with an attorney about the best course of action.
Since she has SAFE visits it's really not necessary to modify visitation.
If you file something she might start visiting.See question
I haven't lived with her in years
You need to hire a lawyer to help you. If she won't cooperate you need to get her served. You need someone that knows the judge and the requirements of your court.See question
My father passed away recently and I am the executor of the will. My mother, who is still alive, is the sole beneficiary of his estate. They owned one car which is titled to him only. My father had power of attorney for my mother which transfer...
HIS POA ENDED WHEN HE DIED. IF YOU ARE EXECUTOR THEN YOU HAVE AUTHORITY IF JUDGE SATS SO. TALK TO YOUR ATTORNEY. IF NO ATTORNEY -- I WOULD HIRE ONE.See question
She is locked up in Collin county jail
It depends on the policy of the jail.Usually Moran issue but some counties say no. So call and find out their policy.See question
I wanted know the options if I file in Texas versus Alabama.
If you have lived in Texas for 6 months then Alabama is no longer an option since you are no longer a resident of that state.
If you are trying to find the best state for your divorce, you need to understand that it's not an option. You need to file in the county and state where you currently live.See question
my moms rights was terminated in 2009 when i was nine years old here i am again in the cps custody and i am 16 bout to be 17 is there any way to get her rights back to be my parent
Once you turn 18 and are an adult in Texas, you can do a "adoption of an adult" and have her named as your mother again.. That would be the easiest and least expensive way to go about it. Look on www.texaslawhelp.org for the free Texas forms. Filing fee would be around $300.See question