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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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  • Does Child Support End if My Child Gets a Job?
    Does Child Support End if My Child Gets a Job?

    If you are a parent paying child support, it may seem like a burden every month having your wages withheld for child support, especially since there is no way to micromanage how that support is being ...

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  • What Expenses Are Covered By Child Support?
    What Expenses Are Covered By Child Support?

    If you have been ordered by a Texas family law court to pay child support, being informed about everything relating to the child support payments you will be making can save you much hassle. You might ...

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  • Resolving Child Support Disputes without going to court: A how-to guide for Texas parents
    Resolving Child Support Disputes without going to court: A how-to guide for Texas parents

    Family law cases are typically not decided in a courtroom with a judge playing tiebreaker between two parents that cannot seem to agree on anything. I know that television and movies would have you ...

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  • Going to child support court in Texas? Read this blog post to develop a winning plan.
    Going to child support court in Texas? Read this blog post to develop a winning plan.

    The plan that I have in mind is a visitation plan for you to be able to petition the judge for when that question is reached in your hearing. Child Support court may cause you to think that all they ...

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