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Texas Child Support Guidelines

Determining child support can be a major component of divorce proceedings. However, child support obligations also apply to parents who were never married. At the Law Office of Lauren Cain, our child support attorney represents both married and unmarried parents. We strive to develop child support arrangements that fit the facts of the situation and work for the parents. We are known for the personal attention we give clients who are facing challenging times.

We Explain The Texas Child Support Guidelines To Clients

The Guidelines

Both parents are responsible for supporting their children. Translating this basic assumption of family law into dollars and cents can be challenging. Texas has child support guidelines to reduce some of the guesswork in determining child support. However, it is important to be sure that all relevant income and offsets are included in the calculations. Contact our attorney, Lauren Cain, applies her in-depth knowledge of child support and the Texas guidelines to develop fair and correct child support amounts.

Child Support Enforcement

We also act for parents in child support enforcement matters. We represent clients who are delinquent with child support payments, helping them develop acceptable payment plans and working to mitigate the penalties, which can include jail time, fines, driver’s and professional license suspensions, and payment of attorney’s fees. We also represent clients seeking retroactive child support from the other parents.

Child Support Modifications

Child support can be modified if there is a major change in circumstances. Our law firm advocates for clients seeking to change the child support amounts they pay or receive. We also represent parents who are opposing modification of child support.

Seeking A Negotiated Child Support Amount

Resolving family problems can be frustrating. At the Law Office of Lauren Cain, we will work diligently to obtain the best possible outcome for your case, be it in or out of the courtroom. Our attorney is creative yet practical when dealing with child support agreements. We strive to save our clients the expense of litigation by seeking agreeable solutions to child support matters.

Ask a Child Support Attorney in Collin County

To learn how our Collin County child support attorney can help you, contact the Law Office of Lauren Cain. Call 214-326-4664 for a Texas lawyer who listens to your concerns and protects your interests.