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  • Noncustodial Parents: What to Do If You’re Suddenly Unemployed
    Noncustodial Parents: What to Do If You’re Suddenly Unemployed

    With COVID-19, the economy has been impacted. Industries, such as those in retail, travel, tourism, bartending, dining, hospitality, the culinary arts, and cosmetology have taken a hit. As such, ...

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  • Hunting & Fishing License Suspensions for Back Child Support in Texas
    Hunting & Fishing License Suspensions for Back Child Support in Texas

    Child support can be a hot topic of debate, especially when a parent falls behind on their payments. Both parents are obligated to support their children whether they are married or not. This means ...

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  • Can I Include Child Support in Bankruptcy?
    Can I Include Child Support in Bankruptcy?

    Does Bankruptcy Cover Child Support in Texas? Child support is considered a non-discharged priority debt, meaning that when filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy child support debt cannot be forgiven. However, ...

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  • Rights of Unwed Fathers in Texas
    Rights of Unwed Fathers in Texas

    These days, it’s becoming more common for children to be born to unmarried parents, especially since it’s become so socially acceptable in our society. However, with the explosion of children being ...

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  • Do I Have to Pay Child Support if I'm Not Working in Texas?
    Do I Have to Pay Child Support if I'm Not Working in Texas?

    Non-custodial parents must pay child support, the only exception is when parental rights are legally terminated. A parent is obligated to support their children regardless of disability, health ...

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  • Modifying a Child Support Order in Denton, TX
    Modifying a Child Support Order in Denton, TX

    In Texas, both parents are expected to financially support their children whether they’re married or not. Just because a parent breaks up with their partner or gets divorced, it doesn’t mean they’re ...

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