Frisco Child Support

Child Support

There are specific guidelines that determine the amount of child support that must be paid by the non-custodial parent after a divorce. While the formulas are fairly straightforward in terms of calculating an amount, it is important to know that the correct numbers are being used to ensure that a fair judgment is reached.

It is important to have representation from an attorney who understands the law and will work to ensure that your interests and the interests of your children are protected.

Understanding Your Rights in Child Support Matters

In Texas, child support is calculated as a percentage of the paying parent’s net income and based on the number of children needing support. Net income is determined after deducting income taxes and the cost of carrying health care benefits for the children from the paying parent’s gross wages. The law also allows any child support amount being paid for children from another relationship to be deducted before the new child support amount is calculated.

As your attorney, I will do everything I can to ensure that the right income figures are used to arrive at an accurate and true child support judgment. I will hire investigators to search for additional assets if there is a chance that hidden income is not being included in the calculations. My goal is always to obtain a result that fully accommodates the needs of your children.

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Divorce Law

Divorce LawThe decision to get a divorce is never an easy one. Whether you have children with your spouse or not, there are many different things to consider when going through a divorce, including property division and alimony. When child custody issues must be considered, a divorce can become even more complex and emotionally draining. While in the end, divorce is sometimes the best option for everyone involved, the process of the dissolution of marriage is rarely simple.

If you’re considering getting a divorce, or your partner has decided to get a divorce, it is important that you consult an experienced and qualified divorce attorney as quickly as possible. While it is possible to represent yourself in a divorce case, it is usually not in your best interest to do so. You need someone with the skills and resources to give you the legal edge you need to increase the chances that the divorce will proceed in your favor.

I have handled a number of different types of divorce cases, including uncontested divorce and contested divorce. No matter what type of situation you and your ex-spouse are in or how difficult things may seem, I can help you sort through the overwhelming legal aspects of a divorce, so you can begin to move on with your new life. My goal is to assist you from the beginning of your divorce until the end, guiding you through each step of the process. Don’t let your divorce take over your life. Call someone who can help, today.

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