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When parents separate, the individual retaining primary custody of the children may be owed a certain amount of money for their care and well-being.


Child support is regulated by the Child Support Division in the Office of the Attorney General and calculated using support guidelines found in the Texas Family Code. There are a few different types of scenarios that individuals usually find themselves in regarding child support, but the most common are:

  • Obtaining child support

  • Enforcing child support and visitation orders

  • Making modifications to divorce decrees regarding child support

  • Making modifications to child support orders

  • Defending against enforcement actions


At the DeRouen Law Firm, we know that dealing with child support issues can be a frustrating and confusing experience. Protect your rights and contact the DeRouen Law Firm today. Schedule a confidential consultation with us to discuss your finances, expectations, and rights. (832) 328-0791.


Child Support: Practices
Child Support: Practices
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