We went to the most brutal custody battle ever. we both spent $20,000. I broke up with him and he tried to take custody out of spite. My aunt is a busybody and called me every night to see what was going on. My lawyer told me not to talk to her an...
Basically when the child is with a parent the parent can do whatever they want. You cannot control who he takes the kid around. If she is a drug addict, a registered sex offender or perhaps convicted of endangering a child then you have a case to have her never around the child. But if the other parent won't cooperate or goes behind your back there is not much you can do.
I recommend you consult with an attorney in your county about your possible options.See question
My ex-wife got Alzheimer about 8 years ago. I divorced her 4 years ago, bought her a condo unit and hired a full time caretaker to look after her, everything went smoothly. Start from last year, my ex-wife's 2 sisters took the position as guardian...
Hire a lawyer now.
Social Security is up to the government - you and the State of Texas cannot control social security.
Take your papers to an attorney immediately.
Once again -- proves why people need to hire lawyers and not do it yourself!See question
my son and his child mother wrote a document stating that they give me the childs grandmother full custody . they signed it and had it noterized is the document legal
I have not seen but only a judge can give you legal custody. The paper is nice but it's revokable at any time. You need an attorney.See question
I married a liar who was already in a ten year marriage and lied to me that he was never married. Is it possible to sue him for causing me pain and suffering?
If the guy has no money then you will be wasting money trying to get money from a dead-beat.
I'd talk to an attorney about the best course of action that is also cost effective.
Unfortunately this happens more than most people know since the embarrassed person won't discuss it.
The mother of the child has given custody to her grandmother and the grandmother has moved to Texas (where the father resides) from Virginia (where the divorce occurred). The mother received sole custody of the child due to complications at the ti...
I only know Texas law - I don't know and cannot address Virginia law.
In Texas, both parents need to be notified of any court proceeding regarding the kids. If they cannot "find" you then an attorney is appointed to locate you.
Something sounds "funny". You need to take your papers to an attorney to review.
Once the tangled web is untangled then you can go to court and attempt to have visitation and communicated re-established. Also, Mom might be in contempt of court for violating a court order.
It's impossible to answer your question without looking at the paper trail.See question
We have custody (permanent) of our 6 1/2 yr old grandson. Mom got out of penitentiary and we refused contact for her and paternal grandparents. Very damaging mental games and he is told we are the bad guys on everything. (Protecting him makes us t...
Anyone can call CPS or APS and report child abuse or elder abuse. You have no recourse. It's anonymous. Obviously someone does not like you. It could be a co-worker, neighbor, relative or a stranger. You truly never know. And yes CPS interviews the child alone and without knowledge to you. So it's obvious you have enemies - always be extra careful.See question
My sister has been living with my elderly Mother on and off for years. No lease or rent. The living conditions are very bad and now the water has been disconnected. My Mother now lives with me but my sister will not leave our property.
You have to evict her. You need to go to your local small claims court and find out their policy on eviction. You can usually do this without an attorney. Each court has a slightly different policy so look on-line and see if the court has the forms and requirements posted on-line - many do post this info these days.See question
I was with the father of my child for 2 years we lived together for most of those 2 years. We bought a car in both of our names and still currently have car insurance and a phone plan. We have filed taxes together as well, I am concerned that we w...
Sounds like you established a common law marriage in Texas. So you need a divorce.See question
My ex is constantly causing hostile situations at our exchange location, which the decree states is 'at blah blah restaurant', not indicating inside/outside. Because of his hostility and my desire to come unchaperoned, I have asked him to (1st: s...
I would suggest a meeting with an attorney to discuss your options. If he's a control freak then he won't ever sign a notarized paper anyway/
Why not video him during the exchanges if he tries to video you?
Notarized papers are worthless. I don't know who you talked to but I bet it was not an attorney licensed in Texas.
A judge is not going to micro-manage your exchanges. I also doubt that a judge is going to order that no one is ordered not to video tape the other parent during the exchanges. And a judge cannot determine what "properly clothed" means.
he knows where your buttons are so I suggest "moving your buttons".
Quite frankly, I'd smile and wave at his camera! Don't let him upset you.See question
I'm getting married soon to my same sex partner, and I'm wondering how my marriage will be recognized in the event that Trump repeals marriage equality.
Attorney Baker is right on the money.
The President cannot overturn a Supreme Court decision.
The laws are made by Congress and the President can veto them.
Remember - we have 3 branches of government with checks and balances for them all.
Congress could pass a law and then the President might not act and it would become law. Then litigation will eventually work its way to the U S Supreme Court for evaluation.See question