Collaborative Law

SHOULD YOU BRING A LAWYER TO TX AG CSRPs (CHILD SUPPORT REVIEW) MEETINGS?

Everyday, Texas parents who have Attorney General (AG) child support cases receive Child Support Review Process Notices inviting them to attend negotiation conferences in child support field offices across the State. These meetings, called CSRP (Child Support Review Process) conferences (or phone conferences), are non-adversarial mediation discussions  where parents try to  resolve legal issues involving child support. Parents can establish a new …

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Can Collaborative Law be Used for Child Support Issues?

Collaborative Law The concept of collaborative law sounds almost oxymoronic.   When one thinks of collaborating, they think of exchanging ideas in a flexible environment. The law is often thought of being draconian in its rigidness. However, in Texas, collaborative law is a real thing and can be used in family law cases . Collaborative Law …

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