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Child support glitch results in jail time for father

Divorces involving minor children can be among the most complicated and heart-wrenching. Loss of time with children and the associated pain that brings is truly unparalleled in the world of divorce. Additionally, there are commonly financial impacts such as monthly child support payments. For spouses that are ordered to pay child support, the strain can be great if job situations or other incidents reduce their income. When this happens, child support enforcement can lead to wage garnishments or even jail time.

Child support glitch results in jail time for father

Divorces involving minor children can be among the most complicated and heart-wrenching. Loss of time with children and the associated pain that brings is truly unparalleled in the world of divorce. Additionally, there are commonly financial impacts such as monthly child support payments. For spouses that are ordered to pay child support, the strain can be great if job situations or other incidents reduce their income. When this happens, child support enforcement can lead to wage garnishments or even jail time.

The ins and outs of child support in Texas

Couples in Texas who get divorced when they have children under the age of 18 still at home must generally agree on many things regarding the children. This includes with whom the children will live what holidays each parent will have with his or her children and who will have legal power to make major decisions for the children. In addition, one spouse is often required to make child support payments to the other spouse.

The ins and outs of child support in Texas

Couples in Texas who get divorced when they have children under the age of 18 still at home must generally agree on many things regarding the children. This includes with whom the children will live what holidays each parent will have with his or her children and who will have legal power to make major decisions for the children. In addition, one spouse is often required to make child support payments to the other spouse.