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Posts tagged "child support enforcement"

How does child support enforcement work in Texas?

The money you receive from your ex-husband is essential for your children's well-being and comfort. Unfortunately, your ex is not always reliable in paying child support, and if the payments you receive are becoming fewer and farther between, you are not alone. Custodial parents across Texas are not receiving the court-ordered child support due from their exes.

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.