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Child Support
In most cases, once your child reaches the age of 18 or graduates from high school, you no longer have an obligation to pay child support. Your order from the Texas family court may state this. However, if your employer withholds your support payments directly from your check, then you may find it is not...
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If you and your spouse are about to undergo a divorce and considering what would be the best solution for custody, you may experience some serious frustration. If you cannot come to an agreement on child custody matters, it can put a strain on everyone involved, including your child(ren). In this instance, you should seek...
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The act of considerations for receiving child support can be a daunting process if you have never been through the situation before. Although it seems pretty straightforward, there are a whole host of particular situations that can occur. If you have a minor child who is about to receive child support in the state of...
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Child support may be awarded by the court after a divorce. These funds are designed to help the custodial parent cover the cost of raising a child. When you feel as though the child support payments need to be modified, there is a legal way to do this. At Eggleston Law Firm, we have the...
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When couples divorce in the state of Texas, the judge will often order the non-custodial parent to pay child support. Child support payments can vary wildly. How much is paid, is often based on the paying party’s income. While the amount of payments is usually at the judge’s discretion, the Texas legislature created a child...
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