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CHILD

SUPPORT LAWYER

If you’re a divorced parent in the San Antonio area, you know that figuring out child support can be incredibly difficult.

The laws governing child support are complicated and ever-changing, and if you don’t have an attorney who knows what they’re doing, you could end up paying too much or too little.

Wilson Brown Law is a San Antonio law firm specializing in family law and child support. We have years of experience helping parents just like you get the child support they deserve. Contact us today for a free consultation.

CHILD

SUPPORT LAWYER

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If you’re a divorced parent in the San Antonio area, you know that figuring out child support can be incredibly difficult.

The laws governing child support are complicated and ever-changing, and if you don’t have an attorney who knows what they’re doing, you could end up paying too much or too little.

Wilson Brown Law is a San Antonio law firm specializing in family law and child support. We have years of experience helping parents just like you get the child support they deserve. Contact us today for a free consultation.

Frequently Asked

Questions (FAQs)

FREQUENTLY ASKED

QUESTIONS (FAQs)

Can child support be modified months or years later?

Child support orders in Texas can be modified under the following conditions:

  • The child support order was put in place or last changed more than three years ago
  • The amount calculated under Texas Family Code guidelines varies by 20% 
  • A “material and substantial” change has happened since the previous child support order was established

How is child support calculated in Texas?

The Texas court system calculates child support based on the payer’s income. However, sometimes the parties involved cannot agree on the payer’s income, as it may fluctuate with overtime earnings, commissions, bonuses, or (conversely) a layoff.

How does wage withholding work?

If the court orders child support payments, that money may be withheld from the person’s paycheck paying child support. That means that the employer of the person who pays is ordered to withhold the necessary funds.

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CONSULTATION

CONSULTATION

Wilson Brown Law has over 35 years of experience handling difficult child support cases. Contact us today to schedule a private consultation: 210-681-6353.

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