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A protective order is a court order that may protect you from someone who has been violent or threatened to be violent. You can use this kit to ask for a protective order. You may also be able to get help asking for a protective order from your local district or county attorney s office or legal aid office. Contact the Family Violence Legal Line: 1-800-374-HOPE (4673) for information about help available in your area.
Texas law on annulment and forms.
2. Name Change Child
Both parents agree about the name change of their child.
The Income Withholding for Support Order (IWO) form approved by the federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) must now be used in all cases in which child support, cash medical support or spousal support/maintenance is ordered withheld from an employee s paycheck. No other IWO form can be used.
How to ask the court for custody, visitation, child support, and medical support orders, when you re not getting divorced and paternity of the children has been established. Under special conditions, a SAPCR can be used by a non-parent to ask the court for custody of a child.
How to change a court order for custody, visitation, child support or medical support.
How to establish paternity of a child.
How to take back or challenge an Acknowledgment of Paternity or Denial of Paternity. How to terminate the parent-child relationship between you and a child based on genetic testing that proves you re not the father.
How to stop child support from being withheld from your paycheck because child support is no longer required in your case.
6. Visitation Enforcement Kit
If you have a Texas court order that allows you to spend time with your children, but the other parent won t follow the order, this visitation kit may help you enforce that order.
1. Occupational Driver s License
How to request a court-ordered, restricted driving license, when your license has been suspended.
2. Expunction of Arrest Record
How and when you can clear your arrest record.
5. Notice of Current Address and Notice of Employer s Address
Form used to tell the court and other parties in the case that your address has changed or that your employer or employer s address has changed.