As of December 2015, child support guidelines for Texas are on the website for the Texas Attorney General, TexasAttorneyGeneral.gov. The Frequently Asked Questions page explains many of the ground rules for the state, su... More »

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Non-custodial parents in the state of Texas may be obligated to monthly, court-ordered payments. The amount of support is dependent on the income of the parent and number of children under 18 in the order, minus any dedu... More »

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Texas guidelines state that a noncustodial parent should pay 20 percent of net income for a single child. This calculation is for parents earning less than $7,500 per month. More »

Texas Child Support Interactive is a website that provides child support case information to parents and their attorneys, according to the Attorney General of Texas. Custodial and noncustodial parents create separate acc... More »

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Non-custodial parents in Texas feel that child support laws are unfair to them because they pay more child support payments than custodial parents. Also, the laws do not consider the capacity of the parent to make paymen... More »

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To prove a mother is unfit in Texas, individuals must provide evidence and documentation of abuse, neglect, family violence or environmental conditions that are not in the best interest of the child, according to Texas F... More »

Texas law deems child custody as a conservatorship, which means a parent is referred to as a conservator instead of a custodian, according to FindLaw. Texas law stipulates that a judge must determine the terms of a conse... More »

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