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Experienced Advocacy for Child Support Matters in Texas

At Garcia-Windsor, P.C., we understand that child support is crucial to divorce and separation cases involving children. Child support is a legal obligation that ensures both parents contribute financially to the upbringing and well-being of their children, even if they are no longer together as a couple. This support helps cover essential expenses such as education, healthcare, housing, and other necessities to ensure that the child's best interests are always prioritized.

Navigating child support matters can be complex and emotionally charged, requiring experienced legal guidance to ensure fair and equitable arrangements. Our dedicated Dallas child support lawyers are committed to advocating for your rights and securing the best possible outcome for you and your children.

Call Garcia-Windsor, P.C. today at (214) 972-3025 or contact us online to schedule a meeting with our child support attorney in Dallas!

How is Child Support Calculated in Texas?

Child support calculations in Texas are primarily based on a percentage of the noncustodial parent's income, as this approach ensures a proportionate contribution while considering each parent's financial capacity. Our team at Garcia-Windsor, P.C. has a comprehensive understanding of the Texas Family Code and the expertise to navigate the intricate process of calculating child support.

Factors that influence child support calculations in Texas include:

  • Income: The court examines both parents' incomes to determine the appropriate amount of support. This includes wages, salaries, bonuses, commissions, and government benefits.
  • Number of Children: The number of children involved plays a significant role in the calculation. As the number of children increases, the percentage of income allocated for support also increases.
  • Custody Arrangement: The possession and access schedule agreed upon by both parents impacts the amount of child support. Different schedules may lead to adjustments in the support calculation.
  • Healthcare and Childcare Costs: The court considers additional expenses, such as health insurance and childcare expenses, when calculating child support.
  • Special Needs: If a child has special medical or educational needs, the court may deviate from the standard calculation to accommodate these requirements.

Our skilled Dallas child support attorneys work closely with you to gather all necessary financial information, ensure accurate calculations, and build a strong case representing your interests. Whether you are a custodial or noncustodial parent, we are dedicated to securing a fair and just child support arrangement that prioritizes your child's well-being.

How Long Does Child Support Last?

In Texas, child support obligations typically continue until the child reaches the age of 18 or graduates from high school, whichever comes later. However, certain circumstances may extend or terminate child support obligations, including:

  • Emancipation: Child support obligations may end if the child becomes emancipated before turning 18. Emancipation occurs when the child becomes self-supporting, marries, or joins the military.
  • Disability: If the child has a severe disability preventing them from self-supporting, child support obligations may continue beyond 18.
  • Agreement: Parents can agree on terms for extending or terminating child support beyond the standard age.

Contact Our Dallas Child Support Attorney Today

Our Dallas child support lawyers recognize the importance of securing your child's financial future. We understand that child support matters can be emotionally charged and legally intricate, so our dedicated team is here to provide you with comprehensive legal support and advocacy.

With a deep understanding of Texas family law and years of experience in child support cases, we are well-equipped to handle even the most complex situations. Our priority is to protect your rights and achieve a fair and equitable child support arrangement that supports your child's growth and well-being.

Contact Garcia-Windsor, P.C. today to schedule a FREE consultation with our child support lawyer in Dallas! 

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