Child Support Williamson County

A regular question parents ask when they come into my Round Rock Office to discuss child custody or divorce is how long they will receive child support. A break up is a traumatic occurrence in people’s lives, and they are generally worried about their future. If the amount of child support is sufficient for the parent […]
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Modification of a Child Custody Order

A question people ask when they come into my Round Rock Law Office is when can they change or alter a child custody order already entered by the court? The answer is custody, visitation and child support may be changed or modified after a court order has been entered by the Judge. While an order […]
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Protective Orders in Williamson County

There is a new Texas law that amends the protective orders provision of the Texas Family Code. The new law creates a presumption that family violence has been committed if the respondent has a previous conviction for family violence or has received deferred adjudication for family violence. The Texas protective orders statute requires the court […]
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Williamson County Child Support

In Texas one or both parents may be obligated to pay Williamson County child support. The obligation to pay, the amount, and the party reasonable for the child support is determined by the court. Your Williamson County child support case may be heard in front of a district judge, county court judge or the associate […]
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