Child Support Lawyer
Collin County, TX
When the court or parents decide where the children will primarily reside, it will be necessary to determine how the children’s needs will be supported. In most cases, the noncustodial parent will provide monthly support.
Child Support law oversees the support of the child’s needs after the separation of the parents. Several factors go into this calculation, and your attorney can ensure that those factors are properly considered.
Factors to be considered include, but are not limited to the needs of the child, whether or not the child is disabled, the income of the parent paying support, the health insurance costs for the child, among others. When the noncustodial parent refuses to pay the mandated support, there are additional options available to the custodial parent.