How do I change my child support payments?
There are changes in circumstances that make it necessary to modify an existing court order regarding child support. Changes in the child’s health, their age, or in the employment of the parent can all affect child support. It is important, however, that is accomplished through the courts and not just arranged between the two parties; if it is later determined that you did not adhere to a court ordered payment, you can face legal repercussions. Contact our family law attorneys to discuss your child support issues.
How do I pay child support?
The order will provide the means by which you must pay court ordered child support. This is typically done through the Texas Office of the Attorney General. Visit the Texas Attorney General’s website for instructions on paying child support online.
How do I get my child support after it is paid to the state agency?
The Texas Office of the Attorney General provides for direct deposit into an obligee’s account. For instructions on how to set up a direct deposit, please visit the Attorney General’s site.