I mistakenly applied for child support, a case was opened, got letters to appear at the negotiation office with the father of my kids. He failed to show up, only I did and tried to close the case but wasn't able to. He got sued and we both have to...
When you applied for medicaid you signed over your rights to the government to collect child support to reimburse the taxpayers.
Unfortunately, most people do not understand the implications of applying for federal or state aid for their kids.See question
How can I found adoption paper on my own to file? Im trying to get the papers to do everything on my own to adopted my step daughter. want to stand as my own lawyer .
If you live in Harris County, call Houston Volunteer Lawyers or Houston College of Law legal clinic.
You might qualify for a pro bono attorney (free) through a law service group in Harris County.
An adoption is not easy.See question
I'm 35 weeks pregnant and my daughters dad don't want to do anything with the baby he told me that he's not going to get ADN test. & he let me know if I put him on childsupport he's going to say that he's not the dad & that he's not going t...
It's obvious neither of you understand Texas law.
If you are married your husband is the PRESUMED father.
The court will order the men to do DNA testing. It's not optional.
He can refuse to cooperate but if he talks to an attorney then he will learn that it is NOT in his best interest not to cooperate.
Don't waste your time with the TX A G office - just hire a private attorney NOW. I would not wait until the baby is born since you need to learn your rights under Texas law.
Happy pregnancy!See question
So im in the process of divorce in nevada once that is final do i still have to wait the 30 day period to marry in texas since i married in nevada? i know nevada you can re marry right after the divorce if final but coming from nevada to texas i w...
I think so but you can call the marriage license department in your county and ask.See question
My husband is the custodial parent. He left the kids with me and left no forwarding address or contact numbers. The children have been living with me for 3 months now. I would like to stop child support deductions and file for custody.
Hire a private attorney to help you. Please don't waste your time with the TX A G office.See question
Me and my mother (which is the grandmother of my son) have always lived together. She went and put the father on child support without me. Me and her are not getting along now and I'm moving out and she said I can't take my son with me!!! She says...
You need to see an attorney in person immediately.
Quite frankly I don't understand how a grandmother can put child support on the father WITHOUT you (the mother) being notified.
It appears that she thinks she has legal custody. If child support has been ordered by a judge then the odds are there was a court proceeding and someone has legal custody of this child.
In summary, your question does not make any sense. So quit listening to "people" (obviously none are family law attorneys) and get some valid legal advice.See question
I am the respondent in this suit and petitioner's counsel adviced me they are no longer seeking the modification or the SPO. I want to know if I should expect some type of paperwork stating it's drop or just believe them?
You want proof.
I would want to go to the courthouse and make sure the judge signs the non-suit paperwork.
Don't trust - verify!See question
My partner, we'll call them Sarah, a Texas resident, was diagnosed with a terminal condition 4 years ago. They got divorced from their spouse and a few months later met someone else. That person, we'll call them Fred, a Kansas resident, ended up h...
Talk to an attorney in the county where she lives.
In 25 years I've done 2 annulments.
If the judge won't grant an annulment then she can do a divorce.See question
I gave my ex husband full custody only because I fell into depression. anxiexty and at that time I didn't know what I was doing most of the times so I gave him full custody & I regret it, my son is no longer in a good sleeping schedule, my ex work...
Talk to a family law attorney in the county where the case was since you will be going back to that court. The burden will be on you to show that there is a change of circumstance and it's in the best interest of the child. If your doctors feel that you are much better that will help. Or, you might consider asking for an expanded possession order (much easier to get) and get him a lot more.
If he's in school then his teachers might be willing to testify on your behalf. You will need report cards and progress reports.See question