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What You Need to Know About Retroactive Child Support Payments  
  Issues in Child support in Texas Family Law Courts are often raised when a married couple starts seeking a divorce. If you happen to be the person who will have to pay child support, you are probably thinking that the amount you will have to pay is too much. It doesn’t necessarily mean that you don’t want to support your child, or that you don’t love your child. Oftentimes, it’s just that you don’t want to pay money that will go directly to your ex’s hands. Many people have mixed emotions while fighting for child support in Texas Family Law courts because of this reason.   There’s always another side to every story. If you happen to be the parent who will be at the receiving end after the fight for child support in Texas Family law courts, you will probably think that the guidelines are not exactly helping in providing your child enough child support from your ex. You already lost an entire income thanks to your divorce, and the child support amount set by the guidelines is too little to support everything your child needs.   Regardless of which side you belong to in your fight for child support in Texas Family Law Courts, there is important information that we have to discuss.     What You Have to Pay or Receive     As previously mentioned, there are certain guideline amount when it comes to child support in Texas. Once the net resources of a parent are known, it will be subject to these percentages: 20% for one child, 25% for two children, 30% for three children, 35% for four children and 40% for five children. If you have more than five children, expect to pay not more than 50% of your net income and not […]

 Fighting for Child Support in Texas Family Law Courts