Modification

Top 5 Reasons Family Law Orders Involving Children Are Modified in Texas

  The following Top 5 reasons are rated in terms of weight and (in my opinion) importance not frequency: 5: Increase child support It’s usually the case that an obligor will make more money over his working life. So it should be no surprise many custodial parents expect and like the law allowing for increases …

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Canceling Health Insurance Plan for a Child Under a Court Order

  WHEN YOU WANT YOUR EMPLOYER TO STOP PROVIDING MEDICAL INSURANCE FOR YOUR CHILD There are some instances where a custodial or noncustodial parent wants their boss or human resources office to STOP deducting their paychecks for health insurance premium amounts that go toward insuring their dependent child. Employers who abide by family court orders may be reluctant to violate an order commanding them …

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Q&A: HOW IT WORKS IN TEXAS WHEN YOU RECEIVE CHILD SUPPORT FROM ONE PARENT BUT ALSO PAY CHILD SUPPORT TO ANOTHER

Imagine that mom Jane Doe receives $1000 each month in child support from dad John Doe for their daughter. Also imagine that Jane Doe has to now begin paying child support to another man, Don Juan, for their son. So, 3 adults, 2 kids, and a very interesting situation. Question: Can the child support that …

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TEXAS LAW–CHILD SUPPORT CAP TO RISE

Quoted from myFoxdfw.com:DALLAS –There are new guidelines for calculating maximum child support payments. Beginning Sept. 1 the new guideline for one child is 20 percent of $8,550, which is $1,710. That’s an increase of $210 a month. The changes are tied to inflation. They could help thousands of parents receiving child support. “That would put groceries …

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THREE SCENARIOS WHEN A CHILD SUPPORT ORDER BEGINS ADDRESSING A CHILD’S DISABILITY

States, including Texas, maintain laws on support of minor or adult children with disabilities. Here are three common scenarios when child support orders begin addressing support for children’s disabilities. These scenarios are described in the context of Texas law, but may be applicable to other states’ laws. As always, before making a major legal decision, consult your …

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