Here to help you get the best results from Texas child support orders.
Are you going through a divorce or a changing family dynamic and have concerns about child support? Are you concerned about getting enough support or paying too much.
The Hanshaw Kennedy Hafen Family Law attorneys are experienced with the Texas child support system and are here to help you get the best results, regardless of what side of the order you are on. Our attorneys know that your family’s needs are unique and will assist you in making sure the law is applied to those unique needs and goals. If you are currently not receiving child support, or the other parent is behind in payments, our attorneys are ready to get to work to get you the support that was ordered. As with all family law matters, we create and execute a plan that is always focused on what is best for your child.
Take advantage of our vast experience and result driven strategy by scheduling a consultation today.
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The Growing Complexities of Child Support
A growing issue in family law is the inter-play between possession time and child support. With equal possession time growing as a movement in some courts, as well as becoming part of many parenting agreements, the issue of child support is no longer as simple as it once was. Who should pay what to who when the parties have equal time with the children is not a question simply answered.
That is why it is important to have an experienced attorney to partner with that can help you through the entire child support order process. Whether you are at the beginning stages of child support or want help with an existing order that needs a modification or enforcement, the Family Law attorneys at Hanshaw Kennedy Hafen are ready to take on your case and get working for you.
Texas State Child Support Calculation Guide
*calculator source is found on the Attorney General of Texas website
Enter the number of children under age 18 in the child support order.
Enter the number of other children for whom you have a legal duty to support.
Enter your current court-ordered monthly child support obligation.
You may qualify for a modification if the projected child support obligation is either 20% or $100 higher or lower than your current court-ordered monthly child support obligation. Disclaimer