My fiancé recently was released from jail for Compelling Prostitution of a Minor and out on Probation... He had went for his first time to report to his PO and she has informed him that he can't live with me AND we can't marry for him to be allowe...
Basically if he violates his probation he'll be going back to prison. His P O is the boss.
It appears he is a registered sex offender and cannot be around minors. It's going to be a problem in the future if you marry him. You need to consult with an attorney familiar with CPS BEFORE you get pregnant since CPS might remove any baby born if he's the father and living with you. CPS policy does change from time to time but you need to know that it might be a problem if you ever plan to have kids.
You might love him bunches and bunches but recognize that marrying a registered sex offender will be an ongoing problem for you. You will have housing issues and most neighborhoods don't want registered sex offenders around.See question
I filed an uncontested divorce in Midland, tx, which I have one child. My spouse said he would agree to sign the waiver, but lied and did not sign it. However, he was served the petition and from my understanding he has 20 days to respond or his r...
The judge is the boss. Many judges have their own local rules that you must follow. Have you looked for the judge court rules?
Did 61 days lapse ? usually no divorce until te 61 day holding period has expired.
Basically it sounds like you need a lawyer to help you finish this case.See question
My court order states that I can move anywhere in the county or 15 miles from a specific intersection (which is in a different county a few minutes up the road). I have primary residence of my children. My wife and I are needing to move due to ...
15.9 miles is more than 15.0 miles.
I would suggest that you and your ex do mediation. Moving over 15 miles away in the Houston area is going to add to travel time quite a bit.
In order to save money and get your spouse to agree to a change, you need to plan on offering something she wants - such as lower child support or you do more driving. I've done a lot of these cases and I never know what it takes to allow a person to resolve a case quickly and simply.See question
My ex is threatening to not pick kids up from practice on his night of possession, because he wants to "get me in trouble."
As the other attorneys pointed out, a person can be ordered to pay child support but actually visiting the children cannot be "forced" or "held in contempt" by the judge.
If no one picks up the children then I suspect the police will be called. Both of you risk the children being put into CPS custody.
If the non-custodial parent does not exercise his option to visit then keep a calendar and eventually go see the judge and ask that his visits be limited.
I think you need to meet with an attorney in person to discuss this matter.See question
I opened a child support case back in 2013, not too long after, my husband & I worked everything and have been living together ever since. I want to terminate the case, release the lien he owes and have the hold on his bank accounts lifted. I have...
Quit wasting your time and energy with the OAG, District Clerk and County Clerk since none of them are going to help you.
You need to hire a private attorney to help you.
The District Clerk and County Clerk offices are "clerks" and they don't provide legal forms or give legal advice. They are just government employees that handle paperwork that comes over their desks. Even if they want to help you, they cannot.
The OAG should help but as you can see they are not and they are overwhelmed and understaffed.
Your best choice is a paid for attorney.
Good luck!See question
We have "first right of refusal" for over night, but when does it begin? I thought when she was no longer in his custody I got her? Instead even though he's left town he won't let me get her till 8 pm. He's the one leaving town, shouldn't he bri...
Judges and attorneys hate "first right of refusals" because they are all worded differently.
So read your decree. If you don't understand it, then take it to an attorney to review.
There is a possibility that it was written so that neither of you can be held in contempt of court by the judge. This wording is very tricky.
This is one area of the law that is not standard and many parents "fight" over.See question
My ex and I divorced before our child turned 1 in another state. I've had sole custody since then. I remarried and moved to Texas with my child three years ago. My ex stopped paying child support and has seen our child less than 10 days total sinc...
I would talk to a Houston family law attorney about a termination and step-parent adoption.
Since he's not been exercising visitation and not paying court ordered child support, you definitely have some leverage over him.
It won't be fast or cheap but it sounds like you have a good case on the limited info you provided.
Good luck!See question
Tricked into marriage, was drunk on wedding day, walked out on him years ago, and don't remember date. Looked everywhere I can think of please help need date in order to get record for divorce!!! Thank you Was in New, Jersey
It appears you live in Texas. Our divorce petitions say "on or about.,.. the date of marriage" since many times people cannot remember their actual date of marriage.
So I assume you know the year and month and perhaps even the approximate date. That is good enough.See question
I have recently found out the my children's father is being charged with enticing a child with/int felony. Does he have to be convicted first, before I try and get his right terminated? Does someone have to adopt them or can I do without someone ...
I would talk to a Harris County family law attorney about your changes of terminating his rights.
Generally in Houston sex offenders get SAFE program visits but their parental rights are not terminated.
Also, Harris County judges rarely terminate parental rights. I can happen but rarely and you need to be prepared to spend money to hire the experts to encourage a judge to terminate rights.
So talk to an attorney immediately.See question
Once you file for divorce and sapcr in Harris County, how long does it usually takes to hear from the courts.
In Harris county the fort will eventually issue you a trial date.
Your attorney knows what to do.
If you are pro se then you need to figure it out or hire a lawyer.See question