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  • Child support cases in Texas IV-D courts: What to know before you go
    Child support cases in Texas IV-D courts: What to know before you go

    In Texas, the Office of the Attorney General oversees the payment of child support . It is likely that if you already have a child support order in place, you are mandated to send those payments ...

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  • Common misunderstandings about child support laws in Texas
    Common misunderstandings about child support laws in Texas

    I think that of all the issues regarding family law in Texas, the one that I get the most upset, flustered and exasperated questions about is child support . Whether you are the parent who stands to ...

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  • Important aspects of infrequently discussed issues in child support enforcement suits
    Important aspects of infrequently discussed issues in child support enforcement suits

    Our state provides attorneys with the ability to collect child support on behalf of their clients that is due and owing. The thought is that parents who do not support their children financially are ...

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  • Important yet infrequently discussed issues in child support enforcement
    Important yet infrequently discussed issues in child support enforcement

    If you have an ex-spouse who was ordered in your divorce to pay child support then you know all too well that feeling of unease when a payment is not received by the first of the month. It wasn’t ...

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  • Risks associated with representing yourself in a Texas child support case
    Risks associated with representing yourself in a Texas child support case

    Whether you are the parent who is going to be receiving child support or are the one who will likely be on the hook for paying child support, the fact remains that the legal case that establishes ...

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  • Family Law Cases in Texas: Punishments for the failure to pay child support
    Family Law Cases in Texas: Punishments for the failure to pay child support

    In child support enforcement cases your back is against the wall if the record from the Attorney General’s Office shows that you have not paid your support obligation in full and on time. In some ...

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