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Child Support Orders, Enforcement, and Modification

Family law courts watch out for children's rights through child support orders. The law requires biological, legal, or adoptive parents to provide for their offspring financially. Parents are responsible to watch out for children's safety and welfare.

The Branch Law Firm, PLLC, in Rockwall County, is prepared to advise you in legal matters involving your children, including custody and support.

Understand Your Rights and Responsibilities for Your Children

Unless your parental rights have been terminated, you as a mother or father may be responsible to pay child support throughout your child's growing up years. As a custodial mother or father, you may be entitled to receive child support from the other parent. If you are a grandparent or other family member with custody of a child, you may also be entitled to child support.

A Texas state calculator may determine child support payment amounts. Government agencies also help enforce child support obligations. If you attempt to navigate these legal processes without the help of a knowledgeable lawyer, you are likely to encounter difficulties.

Is there a good reason in your case to deviate from the state's child support calculator? For best results, consult with a lawyer. Do this before you approach the Texas child support enforcement agency on your own.

Turn to The Branch Law Firm for Legal Advice on Child Support

Contact The Branch Law Firm, PLLC, for help and advice on child support or any of these related issues:

  • Paternity
  • Adoption
  • Unmarried parents
  • Separation or divorce
  • Enforcement of child support orders
  • Modification of child support amounts

Call 469-610-2626 or email the law firm to schedule a consultation regarding any other family law matter.

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