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How child support amounts are determined

Parents in Texas are generally required to financially support their children, even after a divorce or separation. State law will typically determine how much a noncustodial parent will have to pay each month in child support. Payment amounts are usually a percentage...

How improper wage garnishment can be stopped

Those who are more than several months behind on their child support payments may see their wages garnished to cover what they owe. While many wage garnishments are meant to collect a debt that is owed, money is sometimes withheld from a paycheck in error. Those who...

Divorce after 50 will impact retirement

It Texas, the trend of “gray divorce” is leading to more marital breakups as people get older. For various reasons, people are taking a harder look at their future when they pass the age of fifty, and the result is more divorces. However, divorce at this...

What is sole legal custody?

Some Texans who are seeking custody rights of their children might want to receive sole custody of their children. There is a difference between sole physical and sole legal custody, and parents need to understand what these types mean. Sole physical custody of a...