Texas Child Support Calculation Report
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Basic Child Support Calculation Report Contents:

1. Total Monthly Child Support Amount CALCULATED for YOU!
2. Layout of the Information Used to Calculate Support Amount.
3. Applicable Percentages Used by the Court.
4. Definitions of Criteria Used to Calculate the Support.
5. Definitions of Adjustments Considered by the Court.
6. Easy to Read and Understand.
7. Six (6) Pages Total Inside Report. Very Comprehensive.
8. Order Now!

Texas Principles of Child Support:

Texas child support guidelines uses the Percentage of Income formula which calculates the support obligation as a percentage of the income of the non-custodial parent who is obligated to support the child. This method simply applies a percentage to the income of the parent according to the number of children requiring support.

The court may order either or both parents to support a child in the manner specified by the order:

(1) until the child is 18 years of age or until graduation from high school, whichever occurs later;

(2) until the child is emancipated through marriage, through removal of the disabilities of minority by court order, or by other operation of law;

(3) until the death of the child; or

(4) if the child is disabled as defined in this chapter, for an indefinite period.

The court may order either or both parents to make periodic payments for the support of a child in a proceeding in which the Department of Protective and Regulatory Services is named temporary managing conservator. In a proceeding in which the Department of Protective and Regulatory Services is named permanent managing conservator of a child whose parents' rights have not been terminated, the court shall order each parent that is financially able to make periodic payments for the support of the child.

In a Title IV-D case, if neither parent has physical possession or conservatorship of the child, the court may render an order providing that a nonparent or agency having physical possession may receive, hold, or disburse child support payments for the benefit of the child. (Texas Code - Family Code - Chapters: 154.001-154.309)

In order for us to determine the amount of child support
required by these principles and the Texas Guidelines for Child Support,
please continue to the Texas Child Support Calculation Report Order Form


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