This article provides a detailed discussion of some of the 50/50 alternative possession schedules available instead of the Standard Possession Order in Texas. The article
A parent or child’s circumstances will often change after a court issues an order on child custody. Maybe you have a new job opportunity in
Yes – you can seek to modify the child custody (possession) portion of your final decree of divorce after your divorce. This article provides information
Yes – the amount of child support that you receive can change after your final decree of divorce. However, it does not change automatically just
Child custody is a contentious issue in any divorce. One of the more common myths I hear from prospective divorce clients is that their child
It is common for a spouse ordered to pay child support in a Texas divorce proceeding to have a change in income after the divorce.
The short answer is no, you may not revoke the other parent’s custody rights with the child if do not pay child support in Texas.