up and I have no job and he is kicking me out. Can he legally do this?
I am not licensed in Texas so you will need to talk to a Texas attorney, however based on your question you are not married, the children are not his and you may be living in his house. The law in most states is very harsh on that kind of an arrangement. Talk to an attorney. Legal aid may be willing to help if not check with the State and /or local bar association.
If any of the three children are his, you may file a suit affecting parent child relationship to try to obtain child support from him. If they are not his kids and you are not his wife (ceremonial or common law) you are out of luck. The answer would be "Yes" unless you are also on the lease.
I am not intending this to be legal advice, because I don't know the particulars of your situation. Call me if you would like to discuss this or other isues.
In general, I agree with the prior answers. I would add that, as a practical matter, if he is trying to kick you out, you need to do something to protect yourself and your children. If the house is his, and your name is not on a deed or lease, and if you are not married, your legal options are somewhat limited. It would be a good idea for you to meet with a local family attorney to talk about your situation and what choices make sense for you and, especially, for your three children (I assume that the children are not his, because you called them "my" children and not "our" children. If they are his children, your options are different).
This answer is for informational purposes only and does not establish the attorney-client relationship. You should always consult a local, experienced attorney for advice and help.
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