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Any help would be appreciated. My wife and i are married and she asked me to move out and we agreed i could have the children at any time, now that i have moved out she will not let me see the children and she knows im a disabled Iraq vet on a fixed income and cannot afford a lawyer the house we live in is on her mothers land and told me if i go on the property she will call the cops my children are 3 and 11 and i know my little girl misses me so much cause we had before this never spent a day apart what can i do to get to see my children is there anything i can do ,when i talk to the wife she says i cant have them just for thr night because she says i wont bring them home, please somebody have an answer to help me i miss my kids so much..
then maybe you should divorce her and you can get the paperwork from the law library court house for about 3 to 5 dollars, it gives you step by step directions. if you stay married to her then you could be liable for all debts she incurs. filing divorce like this you would only have to pay the filing fees or you can file a paupers oath when you file the petition for divorce and hope the judge will honor it at the hearing. your packet would include custody, child support, visitation, and property division. good luck to you.
You need to check with the branch of service you served in,they will help you with a lawyer as long as your discharge was honorable.If not contact legal aid services at the university of houston and they can set you up with a top rated student that is about to graduate.
You might want to get a lawyer to settle things and find ways to get you some visiting time to see your kids
While you can file something to obtain a court order to see your children, this does not mean you should not continue to make an effort, and to collect evidence that she intends to be uncooperative. This is similar to a Single Father, who has no legal rights to his children until granted them by the courts.
What you want to do is notify her in writing of intent to see your children, than show up with witnesses, or if legal in your state, create recording using Hidden A/V recorders. Go to these links on learning what to do as well as how to prepare for taking to an attorney.
You and Your Ex. Since you're married, start at #5.
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