If you are considering getting divorced in The Woodlands and you or your spouse earn a high income then things are about to get a little bit more expensive when it comes to child support. If there are children of Read More

The Office of the Attorney General has broad powers to file a child support action. These powers include filing a new case, filing a suit for modification, or a suit for enforcement. However, as we’ve discussed before, there are special Read More

A parent’s child support obligation from a Woodlands Divorce generally ends when the child reaches 18 unless the child is disabled. Some parents mistakenly believe that if they drag their feet and avoid paying the child support they are ordered Read More

You have to prove your case. At the end of the day no matter how many horrible accusations are traded between you and your ex it is your Woodlands Divorce Attorney’s job to prove your case with the evidence. If Read More

Child support is a critical issue in many Woodlands divorce cases. We previously discussed how the child support guidelines function in a situation where the parent paying child support has net resources below $7,500 per month. If you have more Read More

When the Child Support Guidelines do not apply in your Montgomery County Divorce find out what factors the court will consider in setting child support.

A household where one or sometimes both parents are disabled faces many challenges. Trying to make ends meet on a modest income is never easy. After a divorce in Montgomery County, Texas there may be a new monthly expense, child Read More

Resources. Before even trying to figure out what a parent can pay as child support in Montgomery County your Woodlands Divorce Attorney must establish the parent’s resources. There are many different resources that the Conroe divorce court considers when awarding Read More

Can your child support order in the Conroe or Houston courts be modified? Find out here.

A child support order in Montgomery County usually ends when the child reaches the age of 18. Families caring for a disabled child face special challenges and the law allows for child support to continue past the age of 18 Read More