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Posts tagged "child support modification"

Failing to pay child support and incarceration in Texas

Many people who are ordered to pay child support fall behind or simply fail to make their court ordered payments. Over time, these parents may rack up a significant amount of child support debt. When a person owes back child support, the state may garnish the person's wages, sometimes leaving them with little to live on.

How child support is calculated in Texas

When a Texas couple divorces, it is likely that one parent will be responsible for making child support payments to the other parent. Child support is a legal financial responsibility that the courts use as a way to help a single parent provide financial balance for their children. Additionally, child support holds the noncustodial parent legally and financially responsible for their child.