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  • Can Parents Agree to No Child Support in Texas?
    Can Parents Agree to No Child Support in Texas?

    Parents can sometimes agree that paying no child support is needed. However, there are reasons why child support is ordered. For example, the State of Texas wants to hold parents accountable for ...

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  • How Much Should A Father Pay In Child Support?
    How Much Should A Father Pay In Child Support?

    While not only fathers may be ordered to pay child, mothers too may question just how much they are supposed to be paying in child support. If you have been through the Texas family law courts ...

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  • Enforcement cases in Texas: Why waiting to file may work to your advantage
    Enforcement cases in Texas: Why waiting to file may work to your advantage

    Deciding whether or not file a lawsuit can be one the most difficult decisions you will ever have to make. In some instances if you file too early your case will not have “ripened” and you will not ...

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  • What to do when you are on the receiving end of a child support enforcement lawsuit in Texas
    What to do when you are on the receiving end of a child support enforcement lawsuit in Texas

    Being accused of doing something wrong is a tough position to be put into. In many cases, you may have had a valid reason for failing to do something that you had promised to do. In other cases, you ...

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  • Child Support Enforcement cases in Texas IV-D courts
    Child Support Enforcement cases in Texas IV-D courts

    When I am writing a blog post here on our website, I always try to do my best to give the post a title that will catch the eye of people like you who search the internet for answers to common (and ...

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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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