When you were married to your spouse, you most likely both contributed to your child support and children’s well-being. That responsibility does not end when your marriage does.
Under Texas law, the noncustodial parent (the parent who is not the primary caregiver after the divorce) is obligated to pay child support to the custodial parent until their child reaches age 18 or graduates from high school.
The attorneys of the Eggleston Law Firm, PC, based near Austin, can provide lawyers experienced in family law matters who can guide you through establishing or modifying a child support order approved by the court.
The state of Texas provides some general guidelines for the calculation of child support payments, which include:
Whether you are a non-custodial or custodial parent, our lawyers can guide you through this crucial part of the divorce process and ensure both you and your children’s interests are protected.