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February 2020
Amendment of child support can be allowed in Texas under some scenarios that the court will determine under its merits. What if your ex-spouse wants to modify child support and you do not want to? According to VeryWellFamily, either party can ask for a amendment of child support, and neither of you can prevent the...
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Have you in the recent past or currently intending to seeking an attorney in Texas to help you in either divorce or splitting of your community property? Considering a split from your spouse is much different from filing for divorce. Texas is a no-fault state, so courts typically grant the request. However, there are many...
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In Texas, the law allows fault-based divorce when one spouse has proof of infidelity or another infraction that the other spouse committed. The court may consider these transgressions in both spousal support and property division. Whether you plan to seek a fault-based divorce or believe that your spouse may do so, learn how these cases...
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