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How a financial advice could help during ypur Cedar Park Divorce case
Child Support, Divorce, Family Law

How Financial Experts Can Help in Your Divorce Case

Posted by brian on August 5, 2019

After child custody, the number one concern in nearly every divorce is how your marital property will be divided. This division will affect your finances well into your future, and it is obviously important to get it right. In the State of Texas, the court’s objective is the just and right division of community property […]

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Consequences of not paying Child Support

Posted by brian on January 28, 2019

  Child support is a weekly or monthly support payment order that is meant to support minor children. Ignoring a child support order can reap very serious consequences. State and federal agencies are working in conjunction to penalize those who have delinquent child support payments. If you are in need of a good family lawyer, […]

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Can a Post Divorce Modification Attorney help modify Child Support?

Posted by brian on January 2, 2019

Our post divorce Super Lawyer files post divorce modifications of existing child custody and support orders. The Texas Attorney General, explains the modification of child support orders. Your monthly payment amount was ordered by a Texas court, and only a Texas court can change it. If you’re having difficulty making your payments, partial payments are […]

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Child Support, Divorce

How to receive more child support?

Posted by brian on December 12, 2018

If you do not receive enough child support, you may be able to request a court order to obtain an increase. There are several different scenarios where an attorney may be able to help you obtain more child support by filing a petition in court, including the following: The non-custodial parent of your child has […]

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Can I request Child Support if we have joint custody?

Posted by brian on July 27, 2018

Yes, you can. Joint custody does not mean that the child support obligation is for one parent. If you can meet the obligation, it is important that you apply for it. However, in case of a misunderstanding between the parents in regards to the support, it is vital to consult a Child Support Lawyer. In […]

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What happens if I don’t pay child support?

Posted by brian on May 11, 2018

If you’re a non-custodial parent, you’ll likely be ordered to pay child support. The amount you have to pay will be determined by several factors, with your monthly net income being the most important. A court order will set the amount, and this number can only be modified by another court order. What happens when […]

Child custody, Child Support

Can Child Support Be Modified?

Posted by admin on January 17, 2018

Child support is typically paid until a child reaches the age of 18, but support payments very rarely stay the same throughout the child’s life. Sometimes child support payments are automatically increased when children reach milestone ages, but payments can also go up or down based on changes in the financial circumstances of either parent. […]

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Alimony or Spousal Support?

Posted by admin on September 11, 2017

When couples head towards divorce, they wonder about how alimony might apply to their case. Alimony is also called spousal support. The purpose of alimony is to ease the sudden economic changes that come to a party because of divorce. It’s also to help divorced individuals who might otherwise need public support. Whether you pay […]

Child Support, Divorce

Can Alimony Last The Rest Of My Life As Long As I Don’t Get Re-married?

Posted by admin on November 25, 2016

Getting divorced and expecting that alimony check to last forever? Not so quick. Although alimony payments immediately end after a spouse gets re-married without further court order, alimony also normally does not last the rest of the recipient’s life unless some very specific circumstances exist. The law can be very complicated, which is why it […]