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What Texas law has to say about child custody - IV

In today's post, our blog will continue its ongoing discussion of the child custody laws in the state of Texas. To reiterate, our purpose in this undertaking is to set straight some common misconceptions about this important area of family law and provide divorcing parents with better insight into an admittedly complex process.

Texas child care expenses and child support

Generally, courts here in Texas use the state's Child Support Guidelines when setting up a child support arrangement. However, courts will sometimes deviate from these guidelines if they find there is good reason to do so. Among the things that courts sometimes consider when deciding whether to stick with the guidelines or deviate from them are the child care expenses related to the involved child/children.

Providing clients with much-needed help in cases involving PAS

It goes without saying that even the most collegial divorce will have an impact on the children of the separating couple. That's largely because they will have to learn to adjust to a new reality in which they see one parent far less often and/or see their living arrangements altered dramatically.

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