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The anatomy of a child custody case

If a Texas parent is seeking custody of his or her child, he or she needs to establish that obtaining custody is in the child's best interest. In some cases, this may mean studying the law regardless of whether the parent wanted to resolve the case in court or by other means. Parents are urged to take nothing for granted when it comes to how a judge may rule.

Vehicle registration program helps in collecting child support

In September 2016, the Child Support Division in Texas started a program that would not allow parents who were behind on their child support to register their vehicles. Attorney General Ken Paxton reports that so far, the program has been a success with more than 3,800 parents paying over $1 million in back payments as of the end of March.

Receiving child support from a disabled parent

When a Texas noncustodial parent who has been ordered to pay child support suddenly becomes disabled, the injury could have an impact on the parent's ability to make payments. For custodial parents who rely on child support to pay everyday expenses and other important costs, such as expenses associated with medical care, making ends meet can become difficult.

Complications when business owners divorce

If a Pennsylvania couple is getting a divorce and one or both own a business, the process could become more complicated and costly and might threaten the survival of the company. This is the case with a translation software business in Delaware where the founders were not married but were in a relationship. The two never created an agreement describing what would happen if the two split up and one wanted to leave the company. When the relationship did end, they could not agree on what to do with the company, so they went to court. A Delaware judge ruled that due to their deadlock, the company could be sold.

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