Going throu court battle cps is involve. I am on a plan to get child back. Been to court and have to go back. but he harras me about the situation. ask him to stop texing my phone. he want so what can i do to get him to stop.
Unfortunately your question is not clear. So talk to your attorney about the situation. If you don't have an attorney, with CPS involved you need one and I encourage you to look on this site and hire one.
if the situation is dangerous then call your local police or call the district attorney's office. It might be a criminal matter.
You can file a restraining order but I suspect that you will need an attorney.See question
i am very busy is that possible my friend can send the paper to the court on behalf of me note that i fill all divorce document and signed
Yes your friend can take the papers to the courthouse and pay the filing fee. Send him with the original and at least 2 copies. Have the clerk "file stamp" the copies and return them to him so you know your cause number and court number.
I always recommend hiring an attorney because if you do it wrong it could cost your thousands to "fix" it or it might not even been "fixable".See question
I dropped all child support with the court because we had an agreement for her to sign over her rights to the child, now she won't sign.
Hire a lawyer and quit fiddling around.See question
I meet my husband in 2005 and been with him since then and it has been 11yrs. So come this February we have decided to split and go our different ways. i want to know if we are married in the state of texas laws. We have two girls which we have jo...
You have not given enough info. Living together 11 years is not enough.
Look on Internet for common law in texas or call an attorney.See question
We married 7/16 and soon after the wedding, I started noticing signs of mental instability. Such as: him waking me up in the night with anxiety, his saying he suffers insomnia, observing obsessive compulsive behaviors, moods range from depression ...
You need to talk to a family law attorney. Technically once you suspected mental issues you needed to have left. By staying you might need to just file for a divorce. Look on this site and select someone. We are not allowed to make recommendations on this site. Please be careful! It sounds like he could potentially be dangerous when he's "just not there" or talking to invisible people. Unfortunately, mental illness causes a lot of divorces.See question
My ex and I have joint custody of our child, with her having primary custody. Every time we have an argument about something, she threatens to leave the country and take our child with her. Does the law allow that and if so, what can I do to preve...
You need to take your decree to an attorney to read it and go over it with you.
There could be a residency restriction for the child of Harris County or Harris county and any county contiguous to Harris County.
If not, you might want to try to modify your decree.
I hope this helps.See question
I've been with my husband for 2 years, legally married for 1. My husband wants to adopt my son. The biological father lives in Louisiana and said he'd sign over rights but refuses to do anything else. He doesn't pay child support and doesn't have ...
I'd call Houston Volunteer Lawyers or South Texas College of Law and see if one of them will help you for free. They are slow but free. You truly need an attorney in this complex matter.See question
We have lived together for 10+ years...he is the sole bread winner of the household. I have 2 children from a previous marriage that he has helped raise and has claimed them and myself on his taxes. He is moving out after I caught him cheating. Ca...
If you were never married then there is no spousal support. Texas does not give any rights to the unmarried person that is left. You might want to talk to an attorney about if you had a 'common law" marriage - did he list you as a spouse on car insurance, health insurance, IRS forms, etc.?See question
I have an over 18 child that wishes to be adopted by his stepdad and we are having all kinds of trouble finding exactly which forms are needed to self file at the district clerks office. They will not provide a form number and it cannot be found ...
You can go to the Harris County Law Library and look in the Texas Family Practice Manual and try to figure it out yourselves or hire a lawyer to help you.
The district clerk is not an attorney and they are not allowed to pass out legal forms.
if you want to do it without a lawyer, you are on your own.See question
My grandmother filled out a durable/ general power of attorney form. My Dad is the primary and I'm on there as the secondary. We had it notarized / witnessed at our credit union, and then filed over at the county clerk's office. We also did that w...
The latest form controls if grandma was mentally competent.
Merely filing it means nothing. These documents can be revoked at any time by the person signing them.
You need an attorney.
I like aunt's legal argument about lawyer being a notary but it's b.s.See question