My mother has a lot of health issues going on right now. What we neef to know is. Do the hospital have the right to decide that she should be taken off all treatment that would keep her alive for as long as it will, or until she decides she wants ...
This happened to a friend of mine. He found another hospital willing to treat his father and transferred him.
It sounds like insurance is not going to pay anymore. If you have the funds to pay for the room and all the treatments yourselves then talk to the hospital administrator and make arrangements.
Unfortunately, with an aging population in the US this type of thing is becoming more and more common. Hospitals cannot afford to do work for free and insurance is clamping down on how they are spending money. What you are describing sounds like the "death squads" that were predicted with the Affordable Care Act went into place - medical care is now being "managed" by accountants and the insurance company monitoring panels that don't know you or your mom.
So sorry that you are going through this.
I would do anything you could to avoid a legal guardianship. You will lose total control over mom and mom's money. If a stranger is appointed guardian then that person will control all her decisions as well as her assets - they can even sell her house.
I would call a elder law attorney or probate attorney immediately.See question
Can I file online divorce petition? How much is the fee for Harris county?
Cannot answer. Kids or no kids? Cost is higher with kids. Look on the Harris County District Clerk's website for pricing - it's on there somewhere.
It's approximately $300-$350 for Harris County.See question
I filed my original petition for divorce, but I filed the wrong set. I should have filed set C forms but I filed Set B. I need to fix this asap. Please help....
I have never heard of Set C or B divorce forms so I don't know where you found them on-line.
The ONLY TX forms are www.texaslawhelp.org - all other forms are usually junk.
You take a Petition for Divorce and add "First amended petition for divorce" as the title. There is no place that I am aware of that has a document entitled "first amended p for d". You just modify a Petition for Divorce.
Sounds like you need to hire an attorney. Of course, you get what you pay for. If you don't do it properly then it will cost thousands (if possible) to fix it.
As other attorneys have said, I don't do my own dental work or plumbing work - I hire an expert to do it right and save me time and money as well as aggrevation.
Good luck.See question
I have researched and located where my son school is and requested his transcripts hes failling miserably and will be kept back he has a behavorial problem and cuss out teachers etc.......His grandmother is listed as parent/ guardian would thi...
You need to hire a lawyer and file a motion to modify. I'd look on this website and hire an attorney from this free website.See question
My Ex husband and I are German. Married in US, Divorced in US in April 2013. He remarries In July 2015. Under German Law we are still married. I applied to have our American Divorce approved by the German Government per terms of US. My Ex infor...
In the US he is not a bigamist.
I don't know German law. Normally in the Texas where I live, you just file a certified copy of a Divorce Decree to show that a divorce occurred elsewhere. I don't know how you would find a US attorney also licensed in German - probably not many - unless they do international business law.See question
I have filed for divorce on my soon to be exwife! I have a 16 yr old son that lives with me! She keeps texting and emailing him sometimes good things and sometimes bad things! He don't want nothing to with her! He don't reply but she keep blas...
Since you have an attorney, no other attorney is going to give you advice since we don't know what is going on in your case.
Some Harris County courts require mediation before temp. orders.
Unfortunately, a restraining order won't make someone behave.See question
We moved out to different counties. My husband is filing for divorce in County A and I am working to file in County B. Which county will be the jurisdictional county? If I file first on March 1st and I receive divorce paper on March 2nd and my h...
Generally it's who files first. However, there are situations where you can ask for a case to be transferred to the "best" county.
The other spouse can file a "counter petition" for divorce.
I suggest you need an attorney to help you. This does not sound like an easy do it yourself divorce.See question
I just need to know if I have to send in my child support myself or if the government will automatically take it out as it has in my previous jobs when I had a W-2
It's up to you to make the payments. I doubt your employer will withhold unless you are a regular employee.
Even if you are an employee, without an order telling the employer to withhold they don't do it.
So you need to log onto your account through the child support disbursement unit and keep track of your account. You get your own password to monitor your account.
You have 30 days to make your payment before you are considered late. Therefore if due February 1st you are not past due until March 1.
You need to read the decree the judge signed that states what you are ordered to do. If you don't understand it then take it to a family law attorney to explain it to you in person.
Good luck!See question
No children involved. Married for 52 years. Lived in Houston about 27 years. Divorcing due to husband's bad behavior.
The best free Texas forms are on www.texaslawhelp.org.
Don't use a website outside of Texas - most of their forms are wrong and the judge won't accept them.
After 52 years you might want to hire an attorney to help you.
I'd look on this website and find an attorney in Houston - there are plenty around.See question
I agreed to visitation in mediation. The initials (SMC) was next to my in law name and (PMC) was next to my name. The case has not been closed. It is in permanancy trial hearing before final judgement. I wrote the judge and asked for consideration...
You have not provided enough info to answer.
Was it a final MSA or a temporary MSA?
Yes, permanent managing conservatorship can be reached through mediation. I do it all the time.
You need to take your papers to a family law attorney to review. There are plenty in Houston. Look on this website and hire one.
Writing the judge is not enough. The judge won't read it. The clerk's just put your letter in the digital file and no one actually reads it.See question