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
I was born in colombia and in latin countries its common to use both mom's and dad's last names on the birth certificate so for example, say your name is ( Vanessa michelle, martinez magaña) so its your first name, middle name, dads last name, and...
I'd use the name on your s s card and drivers license. If they don't match they should.
You will credit issues and other issues if you use different names since it looks suspicious.
You need to be called consistent in your name on all forms of I D.
Your situation is very common. Talk to your friends about what they do.See question
Husband has court for child support! He claims he's not the dad and doesn't want anything to do with the girl nor the child. I know they have to do a DNA test. But In Harris county, how long does the child support court process take? I heard it ca...
Dad needs an attorney to protect him.
the child support process begins now.
It sounds like he's in TX A G court. DNA testing needs to be done. Once that is done then the child support, visitation and health insurance for the kid come into play.
He cannot be forced to visit or interact with the child. However, he will pay child support based on 3 kids with 2 kids not before this court. So instead of 20% he will pay approx. 16%.
He must add the child to his health insurance or reimburse Mom for her insurance for the child. Plus, he will also pay 50% of all uninsured medical expenses.
If he's not Dad then the case is over. He cannot sue the mother of the child.
You cannot be involved or sue for anything. This is not a matter that you have an interest in.See question
my brother's funeral was planned without me by an estranged son and exwife because I was told by the funeral home that I should not have sign the next of kin form because I was not next of kin his estranged son was. I was my brother's caretake and...
Unfortunately it does not appear that your brother signed the proper legal document to allow you to plan his funeral. If it was his dying wish, then he needed to do the paperwork in advance to designate you as the person to handle his final arrangements. It does not appear from your question that he did this important document.
The medical POA ended the moment he died.
If he had pre-paid his funeral then the funeral home would have followed his wishes.
The ex-wife is no longer a relative and has to relationship to her ex-husband.
His grown son is his next of kin. As his sister, you fall below your brother's child(ren).
I'm so sorry for your loss. It sounds like you were a wonderful and loving sister.See question
I had a bad divorce, it was abusive due to his alcoholism. We have a 50/50 custody agreement. He has repeatedly caused issues with girlfriends around my son and is excessive in discipline. This past week he went to stay and came back today telling...
Unfortunately, the burden would be on YOU as to why anything should change. You truly need an experienced lawyer. I'd borrow money and hire one. You can certainly try to do it yourself but you are held to the same standards as a lawyer. You will need to read the "local rules", learn how to get evidence before the judge and how to make objections. You also have to figure out how to schedule a hearing and get him served. All of that is not easy. I never tell anyone that cannot do it but if you do it wrong then you have lost your opportunity to get before the judge and if he has a lawyer then you might get a worst outcome that you have now.
I'm an attorney and I never represent myself in court!See question
I WANT TO GET A DIVORCE AND MARRY MY CURENT GIRLFRIEND IN WHICH I HAVE BEEN WITH FOR 8 YEARS. I HAVE BEEN SEPARATED FROM MY SPOUSE FOR OVER 9 YEARS BUT SHE REFUSES TO SIGN THE PAPERS. WE DO NOT HAVE CHILDREN UNDER 18 AND WE DO NOT HAVE ANY JOIN P...
I agree with the other attorney. Hire a lawyer and have her served. She might be bitter but it will make her either do something or the divorce will be granted without her.See question
I live in texas a community property state. I have these accounts are only in my own name before I get married -401k, roth ira, indiv-brokerage-tod ( these 3 are with fidelty) and chase bank(checking/savings). thus I know it is considered separ...
Before you marry, I'd pay for an hour of a family law attorney's time to understand Texas law.
It's best to never deposit another penny into those accounts and to open new ones. Everything is "-presumed": community and the burden is on YOU to prove it's separate. Paperwork gets lost and companies merge and records are lost.
Of course, I'm very conservative because only unhappy people call me!
On the day you marry, print out what everything is worth on that day and put it in a very safe place.
A pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreement might be in order if you are concerned. But BOTH OF YOU must have your own lawyer and must make full disclose about assets and debts. This is very unromantic but some couples do it.See question
The child/grown man is over 40year's old can back child support take my wife's money from a lawsuit?
It's impossible to answer without more information. So talk to your wife's attorney.See question
In 2014 my Father's wife passed away. I was made sole executor on his estate. My sister found out about this and was extremely upset and convinced him to add her as co-executor. Prior to his wife's passing my sister has had very limited contact wi...
This situation is complex. You need to see a lawyer in person. I'd look under "estate planning" or "probate" or "elder" and go see one.
Unfortunately explotation of the elder occurs a lot.See question