Texas is not an "income shares" state. Child support calculation is based solely upon obligor's income.amon_amarth wrote:Hi I'm new to this forum and please need some help! Does anyone have any family attorney suggestions for San Antonio, TX? Preferably one who specializes in child support cases for fathers.
My ex is requesting a 3 year review and has not given me a reason why she needs more money for my child. I am not behind on payments and have not missed one.
She is purely doing this to be vindictive because it's the law and she can.
I just got served and have a court date set in April so any help asap would be appreciated!
Support Enforcement doesn't recognize other methods of payment, such as bank transfers. This is why we recommend paying CS thru Support Enforcement. Granted, it takes a month or so to get set up. So in those early weeks post-divorce, NJ will just hafta be patient.amon_amarth wrote:The other issue is that the Attorney General is claiming that I have arrears which is incorrect. They didn't give me credit for ALL of the bank transfers I made directly to my ex before CS starting coming directly out of my paycheck.
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