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Agreements in Contemplation of Marriage by Patricia D. Henderson, Esq.
Grandparents - Do They Still Count? by Gregory L. Housewirth, Esq.
Understanding Child Support in Texas by Patricia D. Henderson, Esq.
Understanding a Collaborative Divorce in Texas by Patricia D. Henderson, Esq.
Collaborative Law - What it Means to Texas Mediators by Judy K. Dougherty & Josefina M. Rendon
When You Do Not Want A War by Verner & Brumley, P.C.
Divorce, Grief and Anger - Part 1 by Deborah J. Schmidt, MA
Divorce, Grief and Anger - Part 2 by Deborah J. Schmidt, MA
Divorce, Grief and Anger - Part 3 by Deborah J. Schmidt, MA
How to Minimize Stress While Divorcing by John K. Grubb & Associates, P.C.
Getting a Get by Elisa Maloff Reiter, Esq.
An Outline for Taking Charge of Your Divorce by John K. Grubb & Associates, P.C.
Testifying in Divorce Court by John K. Grubb & Associates, P.C.
Women and Divorce in Texas by Patricia Barrett, CFP®, CDFA™, Court Mediator
Contemplating Divorce? 10 Things you Should Know by Gregory L. Housewirth, Esq.
A Lawsuit to Declare a Marriage Void by Patricia D. Henderson, Esq.
Filing for Divorce in Texas by Patricia D. Henderson, Esq.
Enforcement of a Texas Order Via Contempt by Patricia D. Henderson, Esq.
What Makes Divorces Go Bad? by Accord Mediation Services
The Adversary Legal System by Accord Mediation Services
What You Need to Know About Divorce Law by Accord Mediation Services
The Appropriate Divorce Model by Accord Mediation Services
1997 Texas Biennial Legislative Session by Verner & Brumley, P.C.
Divorce Without Dispute by Patricia Barrett, CFP, CDFA & Emanuel Caiati, Esq.
How Does Mediation Work? by John K. Grubb & Associates, P.C.
This is Divorce Mediation by Accord Mediation Services
Is Mediation Right For You? by Accord Mediation Services
Choice - Divorce Mediation by Accord Mediation Services
What is Mediation? by Accord Mediation Services
10 Reasons to Mediate by Accord Mediation Services
Kidsí Issues - A Plain English Primer by Gregory L. Housewirth, Esq.
Asset Division in Divorce - What About Tomorrow? by Deborah L. Williams, CDFA™
Division of Community Property in Texas by John K. Grubb & Associates, P.C.
How Are Retirement Benefits Divided? by Patricia D. Henderson, Esq.
Alimony - Is It Automatic in Texas? by Patricia D. Henderson, Esq.

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Texas child support laws use the Percentage of Income Formula to calculate how much support the non-custodial parent must pay. This formula applies a percentage to the income of the non-conservatorship parent based on the number of children that need support. The Texas divorce court may order either or both parents to pay child support until the child is 18 years old or until graduation from high school, whichever occurs later; until the child is emancipated by marriage or a court order, until the child dies, or for an indefinite period if the child is disabled. A child support order in Texas should be revisited periodically through the court for potential modification. The most common reason child support is modified is due to a change in conservatorship, income, or a child of the support order reaching emancipation.

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