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

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

The Attorney General has some enforcement authority to pursue assets to satisfy child support obligations. Sometimes they go too far. In The Interest of R.C.T. 2009-TX-0408.559 gives us an example of when a Texas Attorney General goes too far to Read More