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Published in : 2017-08-14 | by Your Family Lawyer Videos
Almost every lawsuit filed by the Attorney General's Child support division is filed in what's called the IV-D Court. Also known as simply “child support court,” IV-D ...
Published in : 2017-09-04 | by Your Family Lawyer Videos
What is a CSRP meeting? Today, I'm discussing what is a Child Support Review Process negotiation conference, or CSRP meeting. Please remember all ...
Published in : 2018-03-12 | by Your Family Lawyer Videos
You can see the relevant law from the Texas family code chapter 233 regarding CSRPs down below: ...
Published in : 2017-08-14 | by Your Family Lawyer Videos
So calculating child support under Texas law is pretty straightforward. The state legislature has decreed what's called “guideline” child support. They've provided ...
Published in : 2017-08-14 | by Your Family Lawyer Videos
If you owe a significant back child support arrears balance, you may one day be served with a lawsuit for enforcement of your obligation. Like many Issues in life, ...
Published in : 2018-06-17 | by Your Family Lawyer Videos
Mac Pierre-Louis attorney at law and Mediator discussing How to Manually Calculate TX Child Support Correctly to the Penny! How to manually Calculate TX ...
Published in : 2017-08-14 | by Your Family Lawyer Videos
One of the most contentious issues in family court is the issue of Child Support arrears . This question of whether or not one parent should pay back child support ...
Published in : 2017-08-14 | by Your Family Lawyer Videos
It is a fact that parents who do not live together sometimes live in different states. the uniform Interstate Family Support act also known as the UIFSA is a law that ...
Published in : 2017-08-14 | by Your Family Lawyer Videos
There are many reasons parents may want to modify or change a court order. The following are my opinion the top five reasons. 5. To increase child support; ...
Published in : 2017-08-14 | by Your Family Lawyer Videos
There are reasons one parent might want to go to court to enforce a medical support order against the other parent. Maybe it's because the parent who is ...