Texas believes both parents should contribute financially to their children’s well-being, so child support is based on the income of both parents. It’s easy when one or both parents have a “regular job” and steady employment. But when one or both parents own a business and is a self-employed … [Read more...] about How Does Owning A Business Affect Child Support?
When parents disagree on medical care for their children it can be a problem. After a breakup, the shared responsibility for the care of their children continues. Ideally, parents can agree amicably on how the children are raised including decisions about medical care. When parents find … [Read more...] about When Parents Disagree on Medical Care
Children are entitled to support from both of their parents. In the event of a familial breakup, the custodial parent bears the financial responsibility of day-to-day care of the child (or children.) The state of Texas requires the second parent to contribute financially to the care of the child … [Read more...] about What Happens If You Don’t Pay Your Child Support In Fort Worth, TX?