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Child Support Video 5 – FAQs

In this video we answer some frequently asked questions about child support in the family law courthouse.

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Child Support Video – How to Pay Child Support

In this video we discuss the actual mechanics of how one goes about paying their child support. Next Video >>

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Child Support Video – What Percentage of Income for Child Support?

In this video we discuss how the court decides what percentage of net income the obligor  has to pay for child support. Next Video >>

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Child Support Video – Net Income

In this video we discuss how we calculate net income and how it relates to gross income and child support payments. Next Video >>

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Child Support Video – Employment Income

In this video we talk about what is considered employment and non-employment income when it comes to calculating child support. Next Video >>

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The Employment Retirement Income Act of 1974, or ERISA, was set up to provide minimum standards for private companies who offer health and pension plans to employees. It is noteworthy that it does not apply to government-run companies and agencies and does not require employers to offer these programs. If..

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Understanding How to Deal With a Divorce Personally and Financially

Clients often ask how they can weather the storm during a divorce.  It's hard to know how to handle dealing with your spouse, finances, and extended family. Important Factors in Dealing With a Divorce Maintain ties with family. Alienating your family is a common mistake. If you feel animosity or are..

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Change in Income and Child Support

Non-custodial parents are expected to pay support until the child reaches the age of 18 or graduates from high school, whichever comes later. When the divorce is granted, an order for child support will be made. You should not assume that such an order is set in stone. Indeed, situations..

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Fathers’ Rights and Child Custody

Traditionally, it was assumed that the children would be raised by the mother and supported by the father when parents divorced. However, despite tradition, this is not the law in Texas today. Fathers have equal rights to custody, and both parents are expected to make decisions about how the children..

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LLC Formation

Limited liability corporations have become very popular for their ease of formation and certain advantages. They are something of a hybrid between partnerships and corporations, and both large and small businesses can become LLCs. If you are considering forming your business as an LLC it is a good idea to..

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