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  • When Child Support Continues Beyond the Age of 18
    When Child Support Continues Beyond the Age of 18

    In most cases, child support terminates when a child turns 18 or graduates from high school, whichever comes last. However, there is one exception to that rule, and that is if the child is disabled. ...

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  • How to Recover Late or Missing Child Support Payments
    How to Recover Late or Missing Child Support Payments

    The Dallas courts take child support seriously, as it is payment used to help fund the child’s needs and other expenses, including but not limited to clothing, food, shelter, entertainment, schooling, ...

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  • Texas’s Cap on Child Support Guidelines Helps High-Income Earners
    Texas’s Cap on Child Support Guidelines Helps High-Income Earners

    In determining child support, one of the main factors that the judge looks at is each party’s income. Their income is then combined for the purpose of comparing it to the child support guidelines. ...

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  • Who Will Pay for Your Child’s College Education Post Divorce?
    Who Will Pay for Your Child’s College Education Post Divorce?

    A child’s college education is a big expense, one that many families spend the child’s entire life planning and saving for. So when a couple separates, and when all of their assets are ...

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  • Orders for Withholdings, Garnishments, and Arrearages In Child Support Dallas Child Support Attorney
    Orders for Withholdings, Garnishments, and Arrearages In Child Support Dallas Child Support Attorney

    In all 50 states, the failure for an individual to follow support orders can result in large fines and jail time. However, before it comes to that, the individual will be given the chance to pay off ...

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  • Can I Contest a Prenuptial Agreement in Texas?
    Can I Contest a Prenuptial Agreement in Texas?

    There are many misconceptions surrounding prenuptial agreements, the two biggest of which are: 1) that prenups are utilized solely by people with large bankrolls and even larger trust issues, and 2) ...

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