While some exceptions can be made at a judge’s discretion, child support is determined by analyzing the financial situations of parents through the lens of Texas’ child support statute. A child support agreement should accurately reflect the ability of each parent to pay, a factor that can change over the course of the years in our ever evolving economy.
If your child support arrangement no longer reflects the reality of your situation due to a change in your income or a change in the other parent’s income, it is in your best interest to sit down with one of our dedicated family law attorneys at Sisemore Law Firm, P.C., in Fort Worth.
To make sure that you are receiving or paying the correct amount of child support, it is critical that all income is properly accounted for. What distinguishes our attorneys in child support modification cases is our ability to examine the financial statuses of parents in order to uncover hidden sources of income and make sure that everything is above board.
Also, despite Texas relying on a statutory formula to determine child support payments, there are still complexities in the process that our attorneys can guide you through to avoid complications. We can handle everything for you, leaving you to focus on what matters: your relationship with your children.
Have you or your child’s other parent undergone a material change in income? To learn more about how our child support lawyers can help you modify your child support agreement due to a change in income contact us today for a free, no-obligation consultation.