Attorney Fagan’s eBook Answers Your Common Questions About Child Support
If a divorcing couple has minor children, the non-custodial spouse usually makes monthly payments to financially support the custodial parent for expenses associated with raising their child.
In Texas, physical custody determines who provides child support, regardless of legal custody. The court considers various factors to decide whether the non-custodial parent must pay child support and calculate its amount. Keeping the child’s best interests is central to the judge’s assessment.
To help parents going through a divorce in Texas, Attorney Fagan wrote this eBook to help you understand how child support works in the state. This way, you can get a clear picture of what the process unfolds and what your rights are.
In his free eBook, Attorney Fagan discusses:
- How to calculate child support in Texas
- How unemployment can affect child support
- Collecting child support
- Healthcare costs and child support
- And more
Reading our eBook is an informative first step if you are looking for accurate information about child support in Texas. You can download it for free by filling out the form below.
However, it is not a substitute for professional legal advice. We recommend that you contact The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC, so we can discuss your specific circumstances and needs. Our team provides compassionate support and can guide you throughout the legal process of obtaining, collecting, or changing child support.
Call The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC, today at (281) 810-9760 or use our online formto schedule an appointment to discuss child support at our Houston office.