How is child support determined?
Throughout the state of Texas, Family Courts typically use the same child support guidelines that are listed in the Texas Family Code to determine the logistics of child support. The Court has the power to modify said code, depending on if there has been a material or substantial change in the life of a parent or a child. Modifications can also take place if it has been three years since the child support was ordered, where it will increase or decrease by either 20% or $100. More often than not, modifications happen because of a parent's change in employment or loss of job.
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