Dallas Child Custody Attorney, Child Support, Divorce, Visitation Rights in Texas Robert S. Casteel II - Attorney At Law
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Dallas Attorney for Child  Support

Serving Dallas County - Collin County - Denton County

Dallas Child Custody Attorney, Child Support, Visitation rights in Texas including child support payments, custody changes, limited custody visitation rights. Dallas attorney protecting your rights on child custody issues

Child Support / Family Law Information


Child Support

Grandparent seeking custody of grandchildren

Child Support Issues:
Increase | Decrease | Enforcement | Abatement

Child Support and Family Law

Child support is normally determined by which parent has primary custody of a child. Therefore, child support is a consequence of child custody. You may want to review the facts on the child custody page, because in most cases, you cannot receive child support unless you have legal custody of a child. The parent who the child does not primarily reside with usually pays child support. This payment is normally a monthly payment to the other parent for support of the child. Many times circumstances change that make the initial child support in a divorce decree or custody order too low, or too high, and changing the amount becomes necessary to bring the support within the guidelines established by Texas law. This does require going back to court in most cases.

These changes are very fact dependent, so a consultation with a family law attorney is a good idea to determine whether you are receiving (or paying) the correct amount of child support.

Some common problems people have with child support that Mr. Casteel deals with are:

  Support payment is too high (paying parent makes less money now) -Support payment is too low (paying parent makes more
      money now).
   Downward change in income for parent paying support.
   Support going to parent with whom child no longer resides.
   Paying parent is self-employed, and not paying enough.
   Parent obligated to pay is not paying.
   Support not in accordance with legal guidelines -Support collection does not terminate when child is eighteen.



Robert S. Casteel II
Dallas Attorney and Counselor At Law


14001 Dallas Pkwy., Ste. 1200
Dallas, Texas 75240
Phone: (972) 809-6702
Fax: (972) 934-6579




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