How to Lower Your Child Support Payments

Posted on : February 20, 2020
Lowering Your Child Support In a divorce that involves minor children, Texas courts will typically order the non-custodial parent to make a calculated child support payment to the primary custodial parent of the children in order to help pay for their food, clothing, housing and other basic necessities. The amount of the payments are determined […]

Can a Father Get Child Support After a Divorce in Texas?

Posted on : October 20, 2015
Texas Child Support Lawyer
Historically speaking, mothers are typically granted primary custody of a divorcing couple’s children. As a result, fathers are required to pay a certain amount of money each month to the mother in the form of child support. However, more Texas courts are moving away from this traditional custody arrangement and are focused more on time […]

How to Get Child Support When Your Ex Won’t Pay

Posted on : November 21, 2014
In the event of a divorce, or when two unmarried parents separate, custody of the children is awarded to one parent while visitation is awarded to the other. The parent that does not have primary physical custody of the children is generally required to make a child support payment to the primary custodian, in order […]