Recognized & Awarded Family Lawyer in Cleburne, TX
As your divorce proceedings progress, child support often becomes one of the more tense and stressful issues that you will need to resolve. That's where our Johnson County child support lawyer at the Law Office of Robert E. Luttrell comes in. He provides guidance throughout the process and offers you the legal knowledge and guidance you need.
Contact our Cleburne divorce lawyer at (817) 645-6600 to receive a free evaluation.
How Is Child Support Determined?
The child support aspect of your case can majorly impact post-divorce financial standing, whether you are the primary custody parent or the parent who will be providing the support. We want to help you have an effective resolution as you navigate the complex child support laws in Texas. Our team carefully examines and reviews all the documents and information necessary to craft an effective, strategic approach to your case. One of the most important aspects of your case will be understanding how child support will be determined.
There are many factors considered by the court when deciding on support:
- Earnings and income
- Number of children
- Insurances provided
- Educational expenses
- How custody / visitation is split
- Health-related expenses
Enforcement & Modification Child Support Orders
Sometimes something unexpected can occur with your child support payments. Maybe your ex-spouse has stopped paying or you have experienced a substantial change in your ability to make your payments. We can work with you to develop a plan for modification or enforcement. We can bring this plan before the court to pursue a beneficial outcome on your behalf.
When you work us at the Law Office of Robert E. Luttrell, you aren't just working an experienced Johnson County child support attorney, you are working with a divorce attorney who aims to secure the best possible outcome. We know that you are probably turning to us because something has not gone according to plan. Let us help you get your future back on track. Whether you need help with establishing, modifying or enforcing support or another family law matter, we are here for you.