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The Texas Register OAG made an Announcement of Adjustment Required by Texas Family Code §154.125. Effective September 1, 2019, the guidelines for the support of a child apply to situations in which the obligor’s monthly net resources are not greater than $9,200.
When waiting my turn at the uncontested docket I am always surprised at how often defaults are done without supporting evidence. Here is another case that shows what happens when you don't prove up your case even when the other side doesn't bother to show up. In re...
The right to determine the primary residence in Texas Family Law has traditionally meant that the parent awarded that right also determines the public school which the child will attend. The most frequently cited case for this proposition is Doncer v. Dickerson, 81...