My daughters dad kept my only form of ID wich is my passport because I logged him out of Facebook, sounds really dumb reason but we have court here in Houston , for Childsupport and I want to request for my passport since it's the only form I have...
If you are using TX A G then they probably won't care. You can ask but they won't make him return it. You could always file a lawsuit in small claims court and ask a judge to order him to return it. Or, report it stolen/lost and get a new one.
Why not get a TX ID?See question
I will fall drug test id rather let my son live with my mom and stay away n not comply
If CPS has opened a case then you are going to be losing control of the situation. Your mom can apply to have the children in her home but she must qualify.
I highly suggest that you hire an attorney to represent you. If you cannot afford one then at the first hearing you need to ask to appoint you a free attorney. You must fulfill the requirements for a court appointed attorney by being unable to afford an attorney.See question
My divorce was finalized in Texas and my pension and retirement was verbally agreed at 50% by myself and my spouse. But today I received paperwork that the final divorce decree stated that my spouse was to receive 100%. How can and will I be able ...
You have 30 days from the date the judge sign the final decree of divorce to ask the court to re-open the case.
Once 30 days runs the court loses jurisdiction over the matter.
It sounds like you signed a waiver of service that said you did not want to participate in your divorce. If you did, then you learned an expensive lesson as to why these legal documents are so powerful and dangerous.
You need an attorney immediately to help you. Look on this site and hire someone.
It sounds like you did not have an attorney advising you when you did the divorce and now you see why people need attorneys.
My husband had this old girlfriend who is now putting him on child support. He didn't get the child support papers in the mail. His mom got it and opened it. He doesn't stay at that address but I thought it was a law where your not supposed t open...
Your husband needs an attorney immediately. Merely sticking your head in the sand and pretending you did not get the papers won't work. The papers were mailed to an address that would likely reach him (his mom's house) and she told him about the lawsuit. That is all "service ]" is intends to do - notify a person of a lawsuit.
If he refuses to participate, he will declared to be the father and child support and health insurance premiums will be ordered.
No Judge in Texas is merely terminating his rights because he wants them to do so. Both parents are expected to support their kids.
How much? 20% of net proceeds for one, 25% for two, 30% for three, etc. Plus health insurance premiums for the kid(s) If the kid is on Medicaid then he'll reimburse the state each month approx. $100 for covering the kid.
He needs a lawyer immediately. And ask for DNA testing before the court proceeds.
The opening the mail is a federal issue and s not going to considered by the judge in this case.See question
We been living together for 11 years and we have a son ,is just found out he got married to another lady two years ago but he still living with me and another lady, I have all proof of him about marriage
You need to talk to an attorney. It does not sound like you are married. You will be entitled to child support. It's impossible to give any advice without a lot more info. I'd use this site to find an attorney.See question
Been married for 20 YEARS he a anger to me when drunk but I want a divorce. He wants the land and house.
You need to talk to an attorney to understand your rights. Look on this site and hire one. We are not allowed to make referrals. Basically everything in the marriage is split 50/50. If inheritance or gifts then they are usually separate property.See question
Since verbal contracts are legal, one stops one party from saying another party promised something, getting a family member to lie and agree that they did and suing that person? There must be some type of burden of proof that the party would have...
There are limits to verbal contracts. Look on this site and hire an attorney immediately.
It's impossible to address your concerns without a lot more information.
Do it now!See question
My husband and i been together 27 going 28 years and everytime we get into a fight he's always telling me to get out his house we bought the home together his name is on the loan and my name is on the deed and we only have 4 years and some months ...
Quite frankly it's too complex to try to answer in detail on this free site.
I'd look on this site and hire someone in your area. We are not allowed to give referrals.
It sounds like it's a community asset. And only a judge can remove one of you from the home.
However if you are in danger then leave. It's not worth your life to stay since you won't be giving up any interest you have in the property.
You might be entitled to spousal support.
Don't listen too him -/ hire a lawyer!!See question
We are thinking about going through the mediation process before actually filing an Original Petition for Divorce with the court or hiring attorneys. Does this count toward your mediation requirement for Texas divorces if you do it before filing ...
A judge in Texas can send you to mediation as often as the judge wants. Normally it's only one or two times unless the case is extremely complex.
I prefer to mediation AFTER filing. If an agreement is reached, then I can e-file the Mediated Settlement Agreement or Impasse to the court.
I have done pre-litigation mediation but it cannot be e-filed since no lawsuit has been filed.
So far none of my pre-divorce mediations have been contested later. However, without legal counsel and mediating pre-litigation I think that a judge might order a second session of mediation. But to my knowledge it has not come up.
In one nasty case I was on years ago, on Friday we reached settlement and by Monday the parent showed up to court stoned. So the MSA was entered. The attorneys then approached the judge and an emergency modification was granted by the judge. Of course, this case involved a little baby and the parent was on serious drugs and behaved badly (totally stoned) in the courtroom.See question