Admitted to practice since 1994 and formed the Selesky Law Firm in 2004. The Firm is service oriented and litigation intensive. The Firm handles family law and commerical cases throughout Southeast Texas in their Houston office and the Texas Hill Country in their Austin office. The Firm has been built by building relationships with clients one case at a time.
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- Q. My ex stopped paying alimony and now resides in Hawaii. What can I do from Texas?
- A: You're going to need to start with a local attorney, as any pleadings would very likely need to be filed in the Court of original jurisdiction. I'd (or any attorney) need to see the original document before I could tell you what your options are. However, typically spousal maintenance is Ordered out of Chapter 8 of the Texas Family Code. You'd be advised to schedule a meeting to discuss your options.
- Q. I had my husband served divorce papers and a Temporary Restraining order and he won't leave. What can I do ?
- A: Typically restraining orders in this context are mutual and don't involve 'kick out' provisions unless specially pled for and granted. If you have a lawyer he or she should explain this to you up front. The good news is you accomplished service and you now have a pathway to proceed forward. Word or caution: he'll likely hire a lawyer. Most people confronted with legal documents of this nature do so. If you did the work so far, on your own I say congratulations but you'll also likely be dealing with an adversary with a law license going forward. Obviously I don't know you you should prepare for the worst.
- Q. I got married in Puerto Rico I live in TX now, don’t know where he is how can I file for divorce?
- A: You can accomplish a divorce by publication but it's hard to navigate without a lawyer. Also, as the wife you need to consider whether you've had children with someone else during his absence since your Husband is potentially the legally presumed Father under Texas law. Not knowing where he is makes things more complicated but far from impossible. Feel free to call 713-780-9595 if you have additional questions.