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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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  • 10 Most Popular Texas Family Law and Divorce Blogs of 2018?
    10 Most Popular Texas Family Law and Divorce Blogs of 2018?

    Maybe you have recently started to think about divorce. Or, maybe you are in the middle of your divorce , but you have been so busy that you missed some of our blog posts that could help you a ...

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  • How to handle child support as the non custodial parent, Part Three
    How to handle child support as the non custodial parent, Part Three

    For many of you reading this blog you probably have no idea how to begin a child support case . It could be that as the noncustodial parent of your child you have limited access right now even to see ...

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  • Modifying your divorce decree in Texas
    Modifying your divorce decree in Texas

    So much effort, time and thought goes into the creation of a Final Decree of Divorce. If you have been through a divorce you know exactly what I am talking about. From the time that your Original ...

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  • Deviating from the Guideline amounts for child support and Modifying a Child Support Order
    Deviating from the Guideline amounts for child support and Modifying a Child Support Order

    We discussed yesterday the sort of circumstances that could lead a court to determine that the Guideline levels of support as set forth in the Texas Family Code are not appropriate. Indeed, if you are ...

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  • Purposefully reducing income, fluctuating pay and other child support components
    Purposefully reducing income, fluctuating pay and other child support components

    If you are in a position where paying child support appears likely as a result of your Texas divorce or child custody case it could be that you would go to extreme lengths to “fudge” the numbers in an ...

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