My ex is hell on wheels and the simplest of issues become protracted battles. Last year, summer schedules were a nightmare as she just refused almost ANYTHING. So this year I engaged it early and said "Let's figure this out." Long story short:...
Do you have proof she read the email?
If she never received the email then she did not agree. Sometimes my emails don't arrive via email and disappear. You cannot assume she got it-bad assumption.
If you try to follow what you agreed to in the emails, please keep a copy of the emails in case she calls the cops so you Can show them.
This happens all the time! You are not alone. How sad for the kids!
Of course, what happens if she calls the cops is up to the person with the gun. But usually they hate these sort of visitation issues. They have better things to do then act like judges!
Next year document the correspondence better! Have her agree in final email and keep hard copies.
I'd suggest you meet with a lawyer to discuss ways to avoid these ongoing issues.See question
How does that work in Texas? like 8 years ago, I moved in with a woman that was recently separated, (still married to another guy) she got pregnant and always told me the baby was mine so when the baby was born, I registered him as my son and name...
This happens more than you think.
I mediated a case similar to yours last week!
Hire a lawyer and follow his/her advice.See question
I've been served with divorce decree from my husband on Apr 31st but he didn't submit original divorce decree to the court what will happen next?
Being handed a divorce decree is NOT enough.
You either sign a Waiver of Service to allow the divorce to proceed OR you have to be served with the Petiton for Divorce by a process serve or Constable.
The divorce decree is not submitted to the judge for his/her signature until the end of the case.
Quite frankly I'd hire an attorney to make sure everything is done properly.See question
Our daughter is 3 months old. We have an acknowledgement of paternity that we signed at the hospital and my name is on the birth certificate. We lived together for over a year before our daughter was born. She ran off because she claims I work too...
I would immediately hire an attorney. You need to get her served with legal papers. If you cannot locate her then perhaps substituted service (a parent) would be allowed by the court.
Even though you signed a AOP you have no court orders that tells both of you to do certain things. Once a judge has signed legal papers then if either of you violate them you will be in contempt of court and bad things can happen such as having to the other other party's legal fees or even jail.
Don't wait do it now.See question
My ex-wife is putting me on child support but the problem is she's doing it in a city out of the one that I live in and the city that my son was born in she is not using the name that she put on the birth certificate she is using a different last ...
A case should be filed in the county where the child is currently residing.
When the child was born is not relevant if the child no longer lives there.
Also where you live is less important then the child's current county.
You need an attorney to help you.
Just because she is using a 'new" name is not grounds to dismiss a case. What is important is that both parents support the child financially. If it's a TX A G case that is pending, and the child accessed state or federal aid of any kind then the TX A G will be looking for reimbursement for Texas taxpayers supporting your child.
Again, hire a lawyer now.See question
My girlfriend and I had been living together. She is a dropout with no job or license. 20 years old. I have a license, a diploma, and a full-time job. While i was at work she ran off with our 3 month old daughter. I suspect she is staying at her g...
In Texas there is joint custody - presumed and sole custody - rare. There is nothing called full custody.
I suggest you hire a lawyer.
Even though Texas is a gender neutral state regarding parental rights, many judges still favor mommies for very young babies.
No one can predict with such short facts what the judge will do.See question
I feel like her lawyer knows about it because my cousin was adamant about me following the orders and when I said they weren't signed she said yes they were, sent me a copy of the order and the signature page. I feel like if she did it herself she...
You desperately need to hires lawyer.
Again thelawyerwas not testifying. Shewasnotpresentwhen the childwasinjured.
Since none of the lawyers were present in court and your facts are confusing none of us can definitively tell you what to do.See question
I hired a live in nanny she has distorted my house and has become violent. I asked her to leave and she refused. I call the sheriff to have her removed and he told me I had to evict her. I no longer want this person in my home or around my children.
If sheriff won't do anything then go to small claims court (justice of the peace court) and file eviction papers.
If she is damaging property or treating to harm anyone, call police, sheriff or Constable and ask for them to arrest her for a crime.
How sad -- and scary as a parent.See question
Is it considered lying? And can she do this? My cousin called cps on my. We are in a custody battle for my daughter. She started my daughter had bruises on my daughter but then explained where they all came from. Her lawyer goes in front of the ju...
I totally agree with the other attorney. The attorney serves as an advocate for the client. An attorney is not testifying since they don't have personal knowledge. If they do have personal knowledge, then they should probably withdraw since they might be called as a witness.
You need to talk to your attorney about this matter since none of us were in the courtroom to hear what actually happened.See question
My wife needs some space from me. She filed the SAPCR after an argument we had. we don't want a divorce she just wants space form me. We have two sons together . what can I do regarding if we end up getting divorce. also im planning on moving to M...
Normally in Harris county you are not leaving the area.
In order to do something unusual, you might consider mediation. You need to both agree to participate. If agreements are made then the Mediated Settlement Agreement can be e-filed with the court the case is assigned to.
And, you still need an attorney to draft the final paperwork.See question