Child Support

Texas courts follow fixed child support guidelines

for the amount of child support awarded in divorce cases problems they face are complicated.

Texas guidelines follow a flat percentage model, based on a percentage of the noncustodial parent’s income and the number of children they are supporting.

If you have no lawyer, or you have an ordinary lawyer, the court will apply these guidelines to your case. But the guidelines are just that, a set of recommendations. A knowledgeable lawyer can show the court the amount best suited to your financial circumstances. Whether you expect to pay child support or receive child support, the lawyers at Lovelace Law, P.C. can help.

Our job is to use every bit of our knowledge of child support law to protect your and your child’s interests — not just what the law says in the books, but also how it plays out in your specific case.

Q. Which side in child support proceedings usually gets its way?
A. The side with the most knowledgeable lawyer.

To obtain optimal child support awards, you must first obtain optimal legal counsel. Lovelace Law, P.C. is here to help Texas families reach resolution in times of transition.

Call our attorneys for a no-cost, no-obligation initial consultation at 817-953-9656.

Reach out to the family law attorneys at Lovelace Law, P.C. for help resolving your dispute.