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Modification And Enforcement
Each year thousands of parents fail to pay child support in the state of Texas. Parents are put in a difficult situation, but it is the children who ultimately suffer. It is important for both parents to take part in supporting the children. Verbal Agreements Often, when divorced parents work together they can agree upon...
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Child support is a court order that can only be changed by another court order. The amount of child support to be paid is based on a percentage of the non-custodial parent’s income as determined by the state’s child support guidelines. The determination of the amount of child support to be paid can be a...
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Family systems and dynamics can be incredibly varied. However, it’s not too unusual for one spouse to be the main breadwinner while the other provides care for the couple’s children, maintains the marital home and is available for any complications or emergencies that arise. If that marriage ends in divorce, it can mean radically changed...
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