Get the Child Support You Deserve
Child custody cases are considered lawsuits in Texas. If you are married, you usually deal with child custody and child support during a divorce proceeding. However, if you are not married, then you would file something called a SAPCR. The court will look at various factors to determine the “best interest of the child” and then decide on which parent will be granted the right to deciding the residence of the child and the right to child support.
If you have asked the Texas Office of the Attorney General to help you with your divorce or SAPCR, you must keep in mind that those attorneys do not represent you or the other parent in those matters. They will not give you legal advice. Also, the Office of the Attorney General has many cases assigned to each of their attorneys. Because of this, it is important to have an experienced child custody and child support attorney in your corner to give you the individualized legal advice you deserve, and help you navigate the court system as quickly and efficiently as possible.
The Hardesty Law Office is experienced in child custody and child support matters. We know the ins and outs of the court system and understand the rules governing child custody and child support in Texas.
Call on us to help you with your child custody and child support needs. Whether it’s to help you obtain custody and support, or to keep your support obligations low, we are here to help.