Your Rights Regarding Child Support Modification in Texas

Legal Information from a Law Firm Focused Exclusively on Family Law

When child support payments are initially determined the courts use calculations that are in many ways inflexible; the court puts financial information into the calculation and payments and schedules result almost “automatically”.

When a child support agreement is modified, preexisting calculations are again used. In both instances, though, there is room for flexibility. In the case of modifications, for example, a party can claim that:

  • Financial circumstances have changed for one of the parents
  • A party can claim that W-2s and/or other finance- and tax-related documents don’t tell the whole story of his or her income
  • The needs of a child may change

If you need to modify a child support agreement or wish to contest a modification in Texas, contact the office of Len Conner & Associates for skilled and experienced help. As lawyers with decades of legal experienced focused on family law, we understand the factors that can determine the outcome of a child support dispute. For example:

  • We work with professionals such as financial planners, private investigators, and tax advisors, to gather the information needed to build your case
  • As skilled courtroom litigators, we can argue persuasively for the outcome you deserve

Our attorney team includes long-time members of the Law Section of the State Bar Association of Texas and a member who educates other lawyers on divorce-related matters. If you need child support legal assistance in Texas, contact a team with a comprehensive understanding of Texas child support law. Contact the office of Len Conner & Associates in Irving by calling (972) 445-1500 or (817) 288-4168 if you’re in the Dallas / Fort Worth Area. Call us toll free at 1 (877) 613-5800.

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