Establishment & Paternity

CHILD SUPPORT ARREARS VS. RETROACTIVE CHILD SUPPORT IN TEXAS FAMILY LAW

Below are some nightlights from the video: This question of whether or not one parent should pay back child support to another parent is litigated everyday in Houston family courts. Retroactive child support and child support arrears are litigated every day in Texas. Retroactive child support is when is there no court ordered obligation for …

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ESTABLISHING PATERNITY AGAINST A DECEASED NCP

Suppose a mom (CP) visits her local state child support office and alleges that a certain man (NCP) is her child’s father. Then suppose that midway through the adjudication process, the NCP dies before a DNA test could be administered. In most cases child support is typically void at this point. Most child support offices would …

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