Modifying Child Support Updated for 2019! Divorce Decrees are final orders. However, that doesn’t mean that what is in there can never be changed. Child support can be changed under certain circumstances. Statutory Change And, effective in 2015, two specific ways the court may modify or change child support are included in divorce decrees. And, [...]
3 Unique Child Support Situations When people reach agreements in divorce, they are able to customize certain parts of their case. One of the areas we most commonly tailor for clients is parenting time or their possession schedule. When that happens and the agreed possession schedule differs from Standard Possession, you may wonder what happens [...]
Do I Need to See a Family Lawyer? How do you know if it is time to see a family lawyer after your divorce? Is it the first thing you should do, or should you think about other options also? What to do and what direction you should go are tough questions after divorce. How [...]
Your Divorce was 5 Years Ago – Should Your Child Support be Reduced? At the time of divorce, your child support was set based on the income you were making, the number of children you had and calculating those factors to get the amount of child support you would pay each month. And, if you [...]
*Update: Effective January 20, 2017, there is a new Denton County Standing Order. Please see my current post here. The new Order can be found here - Denton County Standing Order 2017. Denton County Standing Order In Denton County, an order called the Denton County Standing Order Regarding Children, Property and Conduct of the Parties [...]
Child Support Modification Do you find yourself with questions about modifying child support? Child support is set in final orders based on the income of the paying parent and the number children at the time of the orders. But, your child support amount doesn’t have to stay that number forever. Child support can be [...]
Consider all of your options when you are in the middle of a family law case including trial/hearing, mediation, arbitration and collaborative law. Become knowledgeable on the methods and how they can work for you.