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Child Support Guidelines Going…

In Texas, Child Support is based on the paying parent's income. There is a maximum amount of child support that's presumed to be in the child's best interests under the…
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How does a Protective…

In Texas, when a party received a Protective Order, it's usually one of two varieties that effect a divorce or custody case. The initial protective order, Emergency Protective Order (EPO),…
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Can I change my…

Yes, in Texas, as part of the Final Decree of Divorce, you can go back to a maiden or other formerly used last name. Parties to a divorce can request…
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Williamson County Standing Order

Williamson County has recently adopted and approved a Standing Order. See below for a copy. This Order is similar to many other standing orders for other larger Texas Counties. A…
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Are tax implications considered…

When dividing assets in a divorce would any taxes associated with the property be considered? In Texas, under Family Code 7.008, when dividing the estate of the parties in a…
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Waiting period for divorces…

What's the Waiting Period for a divorce in Texas? The waiting period for a divorce in Texas is 60 days from the date the Original Petition of Divorce was filed…
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