The State of Texas has been very aggressive when it comes to collecting child support. The child support collection efforts of the state’s Attorney General’s Office constitutes the bulk of the office’s resources and time, according to its budget. The child support division of the Attorney General’s Office employs more than 2,600 people, and it has a $274 million annual budget. When a couple goes through a divorce, the issue of child support can become a contentious issue. Has the issue of child support become an issue in your life? If the answer is yes, you should call an experienced San Antonio child support attorney right away. Our experienced child support lawyers work diligently fighting for the rights and interests of all of our family law clients.
Child Support GuidelinesIn Texas the state has adopted guidelines that determine the amount of child support that must be paid. The child support guidelines take into account several factors, such as:
- Work-related child care expenses
- Health insurance expenses
- Pre-existing obligations of child support
- Each parents income
- The ability or inability of one parent to pay more or less
- Unusual health needs of the child