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Child Support

Texas law requires parents to help fund their minor children’s needs. If the parents no longer live together, the non-primary parent is typically required to pay an amount of support to the other parent for child support. The Texas Family Code sets forth specific guidelines which are used to determine the amount of child support a parent must pay.  A parents income, amount paid for child’s health insurance, number of children involved, and whether there are any children from another relationship are all factored into determining “guideline child support.” If the amount you’re paying or receiving in child support does not conform to the guidelines you may be able to modify the amount of child support that is paid. An experienced San Antonio child support attorney can help.

“Helping to Resolve the Most Difficult Child Support Issues”

If you’re not being paid the amount of support that was ordered you can request the Court to ENFORCE the existing order.  A person who fails to pay court ordered child support can be fined, jailed, and ordered to pay all attorney fees and costs which were necessary to enforce the court order.  

If you are unsure about the amount you should be paying or receiving for child support, or if you have a court order for child support and are not being paid, contact the Gilbert Law Office for a free San Antonio child support assessment.

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At the Gilbert Law Office, every client is treated as if he or she is my only client.  The Gilbert Law Office was founded on the belief that every person is entitled to quality legal representation, no matter what their interests or intended outcome. This belief ensures that my clients will always receive personal, concierge-level legal services. You shouldn’t have to be wealthy or a celebrity to receive fair, honest representation of your interests. You’ll never be treated like a number on a client roster, and your rights will be protected through whatever challenges you’re currently facing.  Nobody wants to need an attorney, but when you do, make sure you pick one that cares about your success as much as their own. When you need an experienced San Antonio child support attorney, call The Gilbert Law Office or submit a contact form on the website to get your case started off on the right foot.

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