Community Property Presumption – Texas

Clifford Swayze, Round Rock DivorceIn Texas, community property consists of property, other than separate property, acquired by either spouse during marriage. What does this mean?  The answer can be complicated. The spouse claiming a certain property must trace, and clearly identify the property, as separate. TRACING involves establishing the separate origin of the property by showing the time and means by which the spouse obtained it.

Clear and Convincing Evidence of Separate Property

Property possessed by either spouse during a divorce is presumed to be community property. Clear and convincing evidence is required to establish the property as separate. This is a tough burden to meet. For example, clear and convincing evidence is what’s required for the government to remove your child from your home. Typically, civil cases only require the “preponderance of the evidence standard” — meaning the degree of proof required is greater than 50%. If the testimony is disproved or unsupported by documented evidence, the “standard” hasn’t been met.

However, separate property will retain its character through a series of changes during marriage if the property’s time and manner of acquisition establishes it as separate property.

When “tracing” separate property, it’s not enough to show that separate funds were the source of the next deposit of money. This type of guesswork is not enough evidence to prove the separate origin of property required by the Texas Family Code.

Property is characterized as “separate” or “community” when the title to the property is written. The origin of a title occurs when a party can first claim the right to it when the title is established. It is a familiar principle of law that the separate or community character of property is determined not by the claiming of the final title … but by the origin of title.

The “status” of the marital partners’ property is determined by the time and circumstances of its “acquisition.” It is therefore helpful to keep in mind what is meant by “acquired.” The term signifies the origin or inception of the right, rather than its later ripening or fruition.

Does the status of the separate property change if it is co-mingled with community funds?

Generally, when separate property and community property are commingled in a single bank account, we presume the community funds are withdrawn first — before separate funds are withdrawn. When — at the time of divorce — there there are always sufficient funds in the account to cover the separate property balance, we assume the balance remains separate property.

Characterization of property is a complicated legal issue. The tracing and method of tracing the property can have a large impact on the ultimate characterization of the property. It is important to discuss this issue with an experienced divorce lawyer.

In Closing …

Consult with an experienced Round Rock divorce attorney before entering into any agreement with your spouse about the division of property, spousal support, child custody or child support. If you have any questions regarding agreements before or during a divorce, call Clifford Swayze, Round Rock Divorce Lawyer, at 512-335-5245 located at 1000 Heritage Center Circle, Round Rock, Texas 78664.

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Establishment of Parent child relationship – Texas

When is the mother not the mother?

The Texas Family Code in section 160.201 sets forth the requirements to establish the parent child relationship. In certain situations, the establishment of paternity is rebuttable by genetic testing. Does this rule also apply to the establishment of maternity? Does the law allow maternity to be rebutted by genetic testing?

The parent child relationship is established between the mother and child by:

  • 1. The act of the woman giving birth to the child.
  • 2. A court proceeding adjudicating the woman’s paternity.
  • 3. Or the woman adopting the child.

The parent child relationship is established between the father and the child by:

  • 1. An unrebutted presumption of the man’s paternity of the child under section 160.204 of the family code.
  • 2. An effective acknowledgment has been rescinded or successfully challenged.
  • 3. A court proceeding adjudicating the man’s paternity.
  • 4. The man adopts the child.
  • 5. The man consenting to an assisted reproduction by his wife that results in the birth of the child.

Assisted Reproduction

Round Rock Child Custody LawyerSection 160.204 of the Texas Code provides situations where paternity may be rebutted, but other than one exception for woman, who have used the assistance of reproductive technology, there is no provision to rebut the presumption of maternity. A woman and “the intended parents” may enter into a written agreement whereby the woman will give birth to a child conceived via assisted reproduction. In this scenario the parties would use the egg of the “intended mother or another donor,” and the woman relinquishes all parental rights.

However, the agreement must comply with certain requirements and be validated by a court to be enforceable. The Texas Family Code provides that in the event of a validated gestational agreement, the mother-child relationship exists by an adjudication confirming the woman as parent, regardless of the fact that the gestational mother gave birth. However, the parties must comply with certain requirements in order for this agreement to be enforceable. There can be no such agreement if the “intended parents” are not a married couple.

The Texas Legislature has defined a situation where a woman who gives birth to a child is not the mother. The Texas Legislature expressly laid out the criteria in order to exclude the birth mother as the mother of the child. The law does include a provision ensuring that an unmarried man who provides sperm for assisted reproduction by an unmarried woman is the father of a resulting child. Nowhere in the Texas Family Code is there a provision that permits the man to exclude a woman who gave birth as the mother even if a donor egg was used and she has no biological relationship to the child.

What does this mean? That the mother-child relationship established by a woman giving birth is not rebuttable by the results of genetic testing.

If you are dealing with a suit affecting the parent child relationship or a child custody case, you should consult with an attorney. These cases are incredibly complicated and having an experienced child custody lawyer is important. If you have any questions, call the Round Rock Law Offices of Clifford Swayze at (512) 335-5245. We serve the following communities in Williamson County including Cedar Park, Round Rock, Leander, Georgetown, Liberty Hill, Hutto, Taylor and Austin.

The following zip codes are served: 75409, 78608, 78611, 78613, 78615, 75032, 78621, 78620, 97116, 78665, 78626, 78633, 78628, 78627, 78634, 78642, 78641, 78646, 78645, 79836, 78653, 78660, 76511, 78664, 78663, 78669, 76526, 78674, 76527, 78673, 76530, 64093, 77327, 76537, 78681, 78947, 78704, 76543, 78266, 76857, 76549, 78717, 76567, 89801, 78726, 76573, 76577, 78728, 78727, 76574, 78730, 77853, 78729, 76578, 78732, 78734,l 78737, 47122, 78745, 78748, 78750, 77388, 78759, 78605.

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Motions to Transfer- Texas

Motions to Transfer: Texas Family Code

MANDATORY TRANSFER

mandatory transfer child custodyThe Texas Family code provides that transfer from a court of continuing, exclusive jurisdiction can be mandatory or discretionary. This issue typically comes up when a party to a child custody case would like to file a modification or enforcement action.

Although, modifications and enforcements can involve a multitude of different legal issues and facts, most of the time they are filed in relation to a child custody case. Generally, the parties will not dispute that a particular court has continuing, exclusive jurisdiction. With a few exceptions, a court obtains this status by issuing a final order. For instance, if Williamson County, Texas, issued the child custody order, it will retain jurisdiction of the case for subsequent modifications and enforcement actions — unless a party requests a transfer.

The rules regarding motions to transfer are complicated. In most civil cases the rules for transferring a case within the state to a different county are controlled by the Civil Practices and Remedies Code or the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure. This is not true for Family Law Cases.

Courts have held that, in a Suit Affecting the Parent Child Relationship, the Texas Family Code’s Transfer provisions supplant the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure, and other venue statutes, which govern venue challenges in other types of civil lawsuits. Courts have also held that there is no due order of pleadings rule in the Family Code. However, the party still needs to comply with the time requirements put forth in the Family Code on a motion to transfer.

A venue challenge, regarding timeliness of the motion to transfer, occurs when the responding party to a motion to transfer files objections to the motion or a controverting affidavit. As stated above, there are no “due order of pleadings” relating to family law motions to transfer.

Requirements for Filing Motion to Transfer

Motion to transfer child custodyThe Texas Family Code puts forth two requirements regarding the filing of a motion to transfer. The first relates to the petitioner or movant. The petitioner should file their motion to transfer at the “time of filing” the new lawsuit.

What does time of filing mean? It means contemporaneously (existing or happening during the same time period) with the motion to modify or motion for enforcement.

It’s difficult to believe that the Texas Courts would be hyper technical with the requirements for a motion to transfer. I don’t want to supplant my opinion in place of the Texas Courts, but it goes without saying that the further one gets from the time of filing the original lawsuit the less likely that party is complying with the rules.

The second requirement regarding timeliness of a motion to transfer applies to the respondent. This rule is a little more objective than the requirement of the movants motion to transfer. The respondent should file the motion to transfer by the same deadline as is required in filing an answer. The respondent has the Monday following the expiration of 20 days to file a motion to transfer.

Under the Texas Family Code there are two types of transfer: Mandatory and Discretionary. A mandatory transfer would be required if a party files a “timely” motion to transfer to another Texas county where the child or children have resided for six months or longer. The court will be required to transfer the case to the county where the child has resided for the prior 6 months.

If you are considering filing a motion to modify a parent-child relationship, and the children live in another county — and have lived there for more than six months — you should consult with an attorney prior to filing the lawsuit. If you don’t file the motion to transfer at the time of filing the initial pleadings, than you may waive your objection to venue.

There are compelling reasons for transferring cases to the county where the child has resided for the 6 months prior to the filing of the lawsuit. The witnesses to the case will be located in that county. Teachers, counsels, Doctors ect. It is easy to see why it would be important to deal with a child custody case in the county where the child has been residing.

I will address discretionary transfers in a subsequent post, but for now a discretionary transfer may apply to a situation where the child no longer resides in the county with exclusive, continuing jurisdiction, but has not resided in another county for at least 6 months.

If you are dealing with a modification or enforcement action relating to a child custody case you should consult with an attorney. These cases are incredibly complicated and having an experienced child custody lawyer is important.

Motions to Transfer/Child Custody Questions?

Call the Round Rock Law Offices of Clifford Swayze at (512) 335-5245. We serve the following communities in Williamson County including Cedar Park, Round Rock, Leander, Georgetown, Liberty Hill, Hutto, Taylor and Austin.

The following zip codes are served: 75409, 78608, 78611, 78613, 78615, 75032, 78621, 78620, 97116, 78665, 78626, 78633, 78628, 78627, 78634, 78642, 78641, 78646, 78645, 79836, 78653, 78660, 76511, 78664, 78663, 78669, 76526, 78674, 76527, 78673, 76530, 64093, 77327, 76537, 78681, 78947, 78704, 76543, 78266, 76857, 76549, 78717, 76567, 89801, 78726, 76573, 76577, 78728, 78727, 76574, 78730, 77853, 78729, 76578, 78732, 78734,l 78737, 47122, 78745, 78748, 78750, 77388, 78759, 78605.

 

Round Rock Child Custody Lawyer

Clifford Swayze

1000 Heritage Center Circle,

Round Rock, Texas 78664

Divorce Agreements

Parties can either agree or disagree to the terms of their divorce. Regardless of whether the parties agree to the divorce the final agreement must be accepted by the court and be incorporated into a final judgement for divorce by the court. The final order will be contract that is also an order. For instance, there are certain terms in a decree that may be enforceable under contract law that are not enforceable by contempt of court. If the parties enter into an agreement that provides for spousal maintenance over and above what is allowable under the Texas Family code then the non-breaching party has two possible remedies:

  1. Motion to enforce spousal maintenance – This remedy would be allowable for amounts provided for in the Texas Family Code.
  2. Breach of contract for contractual alimony. – This remedy would be for amounts over and above those set forth by the Texas Family Code.

Had the parties not agreed to the provision allowing for spousal maintenance over and above the amounts provided for in the Texas Family Code the Judge would not have included this is the order. Provisions for spousal maintenance over amounts set forth in the Texas Family Code are generally referred to as contractual alimony.

As stated above, depending on where you are in the divorce process when the breach occurs may have an effect on the remedies available to the non-breaching party. The remedies available will differ depending on the facts of the case.  If one of the parties has revoked their consent to an agreement, prior to the acceptance of the agreement by the court, the agreement may not be enforceable. Conservatorship, possession, access and visitation, and child support are always subject to change. The reason that issues regarding child custody and support are always subject to change is that the ultimate ruling of the court must be in the best interest of the child. If events have changed such that a prior agreement or situation is no longer in the best interest of the child the court will deal with the change. The possibility of change in one portion of an agreement could change whether the division of the assets, debts, or spousal support is just and right upon divorce.

The court’s final order in the divorce must divide the property in a manner that is just and right. An agreement between the parties is always subject to the court disapproval if the court does find that the division of property is not just and right. Therefore, since certain portions of the agreement may change the entire agreement as a whole is subject to change prior to the acceptance of the agreement by the court. ). If court concludes the agreement is not just and right, then the trial court must either request the parties submit a revised agreement or set the case for a hearing.

Prior to entering into any agreement with your spouse as to the division of property, spousal support, child custody or child support consult with an experience Round Rock divorce attorney. If you have any questions regarding agreements prior to or during a divorce call Clifford Alan Swayze at 512-335-5245 located at 1000 Heritage Center Circle, Round Rock, Texas 78664.

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Child Custody Modifications

People have come into my Round Rock under many different conditions asking about changing an order that had been rendered on a divorce case or child custody case. This issue is covered under Chapter 156 of the Texas Family Code. Specifically the issue is referred to as a motion to modify the parent child relationship. As of September 1, 2016 Texas changed some of the laws under this provision regarding temporary orders.

Specifically, the Texas Legislature added a new requirement that in order to set a case for temporary orders a party must submit an affidavit to the judge and upon approval of the judge the party may than set the case for a temporary orders hearing. The reason for the change is that in order to flip custody on a modification case the party must meet a very high burden. I will cover burdens of changing the right to designate the primary residence of the child in future blog posts.

In order to file a motion to modify the parent child relationship the party must have standing and must file the case in the court with continuing exclusive jurisdiction. A motion to modify is the pleading that contains the allegations and requests being made by the party looking to modify the parent child relationship. There are many different reasons why a party may seek to change a previously rendered order. It may be as simple as the party wanted to change a few provisions relating to rights and duties or as complicated as restricting and denying another parents possession, visitation, and access to a child.

The overriding question with any family law case that involves children is what is in the best interest of the child. This is the most important consideration by any court dealing with a family case involving children. As such, a suit to modify the parent child relationship should only be filed if the modification is in the best interest of the child, there has been a material and substantial change in the circumstances of the child, children, conservator, or another party affected by the order.

Generally, a modification suit cannot be filed within 1 year of the order to be modified. There are circumstances under which a motion to be modified can be filed within 1 year, but the lawsuit must have an affidavit attached that sets forth the necessary statutory allegations to obtain such relief requested.

A modification of the parent child relationship is a complex lawsuit that should not be entered into without the direction of an experienced child custody lawyer. There are risks to filing a suit to modify the parent child relationship including:

  • typically increases hostility between the parties,

 

  • the changes ordered might not be what you would desire,

 

  • the other party may file a counterpetition, and expense.

 

There are risks that come with any lawsuit. When you are considering a modification think about the children first! Ask yourself the question What is in the best interest of my child? If the answer is making the change then consult with a qualified child custody lawyer.

 

If you have a child custody case currently filed against you then you should seek the advice of an experienced lawyer practicing in Williamson County. If you have any questions about child custody please call The Law Office of Clifford Alan Swayze located in Round Rock, Texas at 512-335-5245.

We serve the following communities and zip codes in Williamson County Texas:

Cedar Park, Round Rock, Leander, Georgetown, Liberty Hill, Hutto, Taylor and Austin.  The following zip codes are served: 75409, 78608, 78611, 78613, 78615, 75032, 78621, 78620, 97116, 78665, 78626, 78633, 78628, 78627, 78634, 78642, 78641, 78646, 78645, 79836, 78653, 78660, 76511, 78664, 78663, 78669, 76526, 78674, 76527, 78673, 76530, 64093, 77327, 76537, 78681, 78947, 78704, 76543, 78266, 76857, 76549, 78717, 76567, 89801, 78726, 76573, 76577, 78728, 78727, 76574, 78730, 77853, 78729, 76578, 78732, 78734,l 78737, 47122, 78745, 78748, 78750, 77388, 78759, 78605.

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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 to keep the house, then we go for the house. However, what if the child is 15 years old and 2 years from graduating from high school?

Child-Support-Williamson-CountyHow Long Does Child Support Last?

The answer to this question is not as clear as most parties would hope. Parents generally believe their child support obligation ends when the child turns 18. Some people realize the obligation will continue if other key milestones have not been reached, but many don’t realize the obligation to pay may last past the child’s 18th birthday.

A child support obligation may continue until the child turns 18 or graduates from high school — whichever milestone is later. However, if the child has been identified as disabled, the obligation will generally continue indefinitely.

I understand that as a parent you would like to make sure your child has the financial support needed. I also understand that most parents want to know what their financial obligation will be so that they can make decisions about their future.

Can I afford a house?

Do I take the more expensive car or the one that is 10 years old, but paid off?

These are real issues.

While a parent want’s to ensure their child’s financial needs are met, they don’t want to pay more than their fair share.

Will They Pay?

If you are the parent who will have the right to receive child support for the benefit of your child then consider the likelihood that the other party will pay the full amount.

How can I enforce the child support order?

Can I enforce the child support order?

Every question that is answered creates more questions.

Are You Suing for Child Custody, Child Visitation or Child Support?

If you are dealing with a lawsuit, you need to discuss your case with an experienced child custody or child support lawyer. Please call me, Clifford Alan Swayze, at 512-335-5245.

Clifford Alan Swayze represents parties for child support matters in Williamson County including Cedar Park, Round Rock, Leander, Georgetown, Liberty Hill, Hutto, Taylor and Austin.  The following zip codes are served: 75409, 78608, 78611, 78613, 78615, 75032, 78621, 78620, 97116, 78665, 78626, 78633, 78628, 78627, 78634, 78642, 78641, 78646, 78645, 79836, 78653, 78660, 76511, 78664, 78663, 78669, 76526, 78674, 76527, 78673, 76530, 64093, 77327, 76537, 78681, 78947, 78704, 76543, 78266, 76857, 76549, 78717, 76567, 89801, 78726, 76573, 76577, 78728, 78727, 76574, 78730, 77853, 78729, 76578, 78732, 78734,l 78737, 47122, 78745, 78748, 78750, 77388, 78759, 78605.

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Modification of a Child Custody Order

Modification-of-a-Child-Custody-OrderA 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 from the court may be altered, there are certain requirements that must be followed.

Requirement A: The motion to modify the previously entered order should be filed in the same court that rendered the order to be modified. If the children have resided in a different jurisdiction for 6 months prior to the filing of the motion to modify then a motion should be transferred to the new county once it has been filed. For instance, if an order in a suit affecting parent-child relationship was issued in Gatesville, Texas — which is the county seat of Coryell County — and the parent having the right to designate the primary residence of the children moves to Round Rock, Texas, it might not be convenient for the parent to travel from Round Rock to deal with the child custody case in Coryell County.

Requirement B: Another condition that must be met to modify a Texas child custody or visitation order is that the circumstances of the child, or one or both parents, have materially and substantially changed — or the current order has become unworkable or inappropriate.

  • Furthermore, if a modification that is filed before the passing of one year from the time the order was entered, it must be accompanied by an affidavit.

A child support order may be changed at any time there is a showing of substantial change in circumstances.

Requirement C: Another situation where a child support order may be modified is if 3 years have passed since the rendition of the order to be modified and the child support would change by $100 a month or 20 percent.

A Recent Procedural Hurdle 

Starting September 1, 2015 if a party wants to set a modification for temporary orders the party must submit an affidavit and obtain approval from the judge. Temporary orders on a modification is a very complex and difficult road for a person seeking a change. The bar is set really high. If you want to change the parent with the right to determine the primary residence of the child you will have to meet the procedural hurdles. I will devote a full blog post to temporary orders on a modification of a child custody order.

Do You Need Child Support/Have a Case Filed Against You?

If you are in need child support or have a child support case currently filed against you then you should seek the advice of an experienced lawyer practicing in Williamson County. If you have any questions about child support please call The Law Office of Clifford Alan Swayze located in Round Rock, Texas at 512-335-5245.


We serve the following communities and zip codes in Williamson County Texas:

Cedar Park, Round Rock, Leander, Georgetown, Liberty Hill, Hutto, Taylor and Austin.  The following zip codes are served: 75409, 78608, 78611, 78613, 78615, 75032, 78621, 78620, 97116, 78665, 78626, 78633, 78628, 78627, 78634, 78642, 78641, 78646, 78645, 79836, 78653, 78660, 76511, 78664, 78663, 78669, 76526, 78674, 76527, 78673, 76530, 64093, 77327, 76537, 78681, 78947, 78704, 76543, 78266, 76857, 76549, 78717, 76567, 89801, 78726, 76573, 76577, 78728, 78727, 76574, 78730, 77853, 78729, 76578, 78732, 78734,l 78737, 47122, 78745, 78748, 78750, 77388, 78759, 78605.

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Protective Orders in Williamson County

1-IMG_6890There 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 to issue a protective order if the court finds that family violence has occurred and is likely to occur in the future.

The new law allows the Texas Court hearing the protective orders application to presume that family violence has occurred and is likely to occur in the future if:

  • The respondent has been convicted of or placed on deferred adjudication community supervision for any of the following offenses against the child for whom the petition has been filed:
    • An offense under Title 5, of the Texas Penal Code, for which the court has made an affirmative finding that the offense involved family violence under Article 42.013, Code of Criminal Procedure; or
    • An offense under Title 6, of the Texas Penal Code;
  • The respondent’s parental rights with respect to the child have been terminated; and
  • The respondent to the protective order is seeking or attempting to seek contact with the child.

Need More Information?

To speak with Clifford Alan Swayze at his Round Rock Law Office, please give him a call at 512-335-5245.


Clifford Alan Swayze represents parties for child support matters in Williamson County including Cedar Park, Round Rock, Leander, Georgetown, Liberty Hill, Hutto, Taylor and Austin.  The following zip codes are served: 75409, 78608, 78611, 78613, 78615, 75032, 78621, 78620, 97116, 78665, 78626, 78633, 78628, 78627, 78634, 78642, 78641, 78646, 78645, 79836, 78653, 78660, 76511, 78664, 78663, 78669, 76526, 78674, 76527, 78673, 76530, 64093, 77327, 76537, 78681, 78947, 78704, 76543, 78266, 76857, 76549, 78717, 76567, 89801, 78726, 76573, 76577, 78728, 78727, 76574, 78730, 77853, 78729, 76578, 78732, 78734,l 78737, 47122, 78745, 78748, 78750, 77388, 78759, 78605.

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Williamson County Child Support

Williamson-county-child-supportIn 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 judge in charge of the Attorney General child support case load.

One of the first questions people have when they come into my Round Rock Law Office is how much Williamson County child support they will owe and/or how much they will be obligated to pay to the other parent for the benefit of the children.

How Much Williamson County Child Support Will You Pay/Get?

Numerous factors play a role into how much child support a party will be obligated to pay. The major issue will be the amount of income each parent receives before and after income taxes. The next issue will be the expenses of both the parents and the children. For instance, if a child is suffering from a disability, the Williamson County child support may be more if there are increased expenses.

The laws regarding Williamson County child support obligations are flexible to meet the facts of your family’s situation. While there are guidelines as to how much a person should pay, the best interest of the child may influence the final amount of child support.

The parties may have an agreement to pay a certain amount of money for each month the payment is not a legally enforceable obligation. The agreement will only become enforceable when a judge has ruled on the issue or approved an agreement.

Williamson County child support is required until:

  • The child turns 18, or
  • Graduated from high school,
  • Is emancipated through marriage or another legal action;
  • The child is deceased; or
  • If the child has a disability the obligation may continue even after the above one of the above conditions have occurred.

Do You Need Williamson County Child Support or Divorce Counsel?

When parties are getting divorced or separating into households, the expenses to both parties will increase. It is important to consult with an experienced child support lawyer to discuss these issues.

My Round Rock Law Office will assess your financial situation and attempt to help you understand how the laws of the State of Texas apply to your child support case and your unique situation.

If you are in need of child support, or have a child support case currently filed against you, then you should seek the advice of an experienced lawyer practicing in Williamson County. If you have any questions about child support, please call The Law Office of Clifford Alan Swayze located in Round Rock, Texas at 512-335-5245.

We serve the following communities and zip codes in Williamson County Texas:

Cedar Park, Round Rock, Leander, Georgetown, Liberty Hill, Hutto, Taylor and Austin.  The following zip codes are served: 75409, 78608, 78611, 78613, 78615, 75032, 78621, 78620, 97116, 78665, 78626, 78633, 78628, 78627, 78634, 78642, 78641, 78646, 78645, 79836, 78653, 78660, 76511, 78664, 78663, 78669, 76526, 78674, 76527, 78673, 76530, 64093, 77327, 76537, 78681, 78947, 78704, 76543, 78266, 76857, 76549, 78717, 76567, 89801, 78726, 76573, 76577, 78728, 78727, 76574, 78730, 77853, 78729, 76578, 78732, 78734,l 78737, 47122, 78745, 78748, 78750, 77388, 78759, 78605.