I am writing on behalf of my father, who is elderly and lives in Florida, but the divorce hearing was in San Antonio, Texas. The court hearing was on November 22, but we still have not heard anything regarding the outcome of the court hearing. W...
Many courts now allow you to access records on-line. I don't know about San Antonio. Or you can hire a lawyer in San Antonio for an hour or two to determine what is going on.
Her attorney owes your father no legal obligation.
Usually courts don't send out anything due to cost.See question
I married in 1998 we had a big fight in 2000 and he disappeared.Ive tried finding him with no luck fast forward 2016 and he's been married 3 more times and i suspect fraud. .
I would divorce him. Look on this site and hire an attorney.
He's a bigamist but that is a criminal matter and I don't know if the DA in your area will do anything since it's a non-violent crime.See question
About 6 months ago I went to my home town Memphis,TN because I was order for DNA testing for my son. The mother did not show up and refuses to but days later insisted my son keeps crying for me and she can't take care of him. We agreed she would c...
I would be on this site looking for a family law attorney in Houston. Hire an attorney tomorrow and file for custody. Then keep the lawsuit paperwork on you at all times and usually the cops won't do anything because it's "civil" and a lawsuit is pending. Then the judge can decide what happens next.See question
I was married in Georgia 5 yrs ago and currently living in Texas. I want to obtain a postnuptial agreement. Do I have submit the agreement to the court under the Texas Law or under the Georgia Law. What dose the postnuptial agreement protect me ...
Where you married is irrelevant. It's where you are now living. Both of you would have to have an attorney to represent you - you cannot use the same attorney.
You need to sit down with a family law attorney.
I often find that there is no legal document that exists that can do what people want them to do.
Only after talking to an attorney can you determine your next step.
During the summer we had a barbecue at my house when I have my daughter for the summer, my ex-wife discovered a video on Facebook of me and some friends playing your pond, granted the cups were filled with water and no one was out of control and ...
You will need to have witnesses to bring to court to try to prove to the judge that there was water in the glasses.
She can attempt to use anything and everything against you.
Again, beware of social media. I personally recommend that you never be on any form of social media.See question
I got married and now we are separated. I am currently pregnant with my boyfriend now and want to make sure at birth my child will not have my husbands last name.
You need to talk to a family lawyer now. Don't wait. I have no idea where you live so look on this website and hire someone in your area.See question
I'm watching a friend go through custody issues and she keeps making what I consider taunting remarks to her ex and his parents at the child exchange. She seems to think there is nothing wrong with it, but I think saying "suing me in small claims ...
If the child overhears these comments, some judges consider it "abuse". If she cannot control herself then she could eventually lose custody. Most judges will warn her but if this type of behavior is habitual and worsens judges will lose their patience and she will be the "loser".
She needs to remember that when the child gets around puberty that may times custody switches to the other parent.
If she cannot control herself then she needs to go to counseling.
Perhaps hearing that it might be perceived as "child abuse" or "parental alienation" might enlighten her.See question
I went to make a business presentation to an office, Once there the owner locked me in her office, tied a rope around the handle outside, placed furniture in front of the door and locked every exit. She went on a crazy whirlwind saying that we whe...
This is not a family law question. You need to repost under business.
If you were held hostage then you should have called the police. I don't know if they can still help you with criminal charges. Again, you might want to also talk to a criminal lawyer about your options.
You probably need to talk to a business lawyer.
She sounds mentally unhinged.See question
I just had a baby and his father has just been released from jail and is now in cps custody, so this is why I think he has nothing in his favor. He also has no place that is fit for a child to live. He is now getting ideas from his sisters that he...
Hire a lawyer immediately.
Since he's not on the birth certificate and no DNA testing has been done, at this time, he has no rights.
However, he can go to court and ask a court to grant him parental rights AFTER DNA testing is done.
If he goes to the TX A G - definitely hire a lawyer and try to avoid AG court.
Sisters are known to try to "control" the situation.
You need to talk to someone that understand Texas family law.See question