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Rapper Future hit with child support lawsuits

In the state of Texas, when someone fathers a child, they are typically required to pay child support if they are not married to or are divorced from the child’s mother. This is necessary in order to ensure that the child is taken care of and that his or her needs are met.

Divorce does not have to mean financial despair

Not only can a divorce have a devastating effect on a person’s emotional well-being, it can also be detrimental for one’s pocketbook and credit score. In fact, a common catalyst for someone to file bankruptcy is divorce. If you are going through a divorce, there are certain steps you can take to ensure that your finances are in order.

Child custody battle spans two continents

When a couple divorces in San Antonio, there can be heated arguments over plenty of things, but the question of who will get custody of the kids seems to be one of the biggest sources of contention for many people. Sometimes people can act irrationally and go as far as what can be considered kidnapping in order to retain custody of their children.

Postnup agreements may be beneficial for business owners

In the event of a divorce in the state of Texas, all assets are divided equally under community property laws unless you have a prenuptial agreement. A prenup is especially important for business owners who are concerned with protecting their company. In Texas, a prenup will overtake the state law that divides community property equally and allows you to have a say in who gets what if a divorce occurs.

Man appeals decision to allow perks in child support calculation

In order to determine the amount of child support a parent is required to pay in Texas, the state legislature has established guidelines to follow. These guidelines set forth a percentage of a parent’s average net monthly resources, taking into consideration the number of children for whom the person is responsible.

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