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  1. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Ex Lied to Avoid Contempt, Now What

    That was stated by my attorney at the time who recommended that payments get automatically deducted from my paycheck by the state.
    It was loosely seconded by the amicus attorney in the case.
    ...
  2. Collection and Enforcement: Does Child Support Have to be Paid Through a State Agency

    I was told that in Texas you MUST pay all child support through the given government/state system (what ever that is were you live).
    I was told that IF, I made payments to my ex directly (in any...
  3. Calculation of Support: Re: Interpreting Language from Child Support Law

    I think that @Taxing Matters hit it right on the head (from my reading of the statute).

    It also works when you "Voluntarily Underemploy" yourself and take a job that pays significantly less than...
  4. Re: Civil Laws in Texas Dealing with Conservatorship and Visistation

    Something does not seem right.
    I would understand the actions if I was even arrested under suspicion of Family Violence, but I was not.
    There were NO "Orders of Protection" filed.
    I have a...
  5. Re: Civil Laws in Texas Dealing with Conservatorship and Visistation

    There is NOT.

    WHY the judge made this ruling?
    I have no idea.

    The judge refused to issue my request for "Findings When Order Varies From Standard Order", stating (paraphrasing) that it is a...
  6. Re: Civil Laws in Texas Dealing with Conservatorship and Visistation

    Why would you say that?
  7. Re: Civil Laws in Texas Dealing with Conservatorship and Visistation

    In the above posts, you will see that the Texas Supreme Court states that trial courts must adhere to laws and statutes as they are written (in other words no discretion unless the law or statute...
  8. Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: Cruel Stepparent a Case in Child Custody of Other Children:idaho

    I do not know about Idaho but as far as Texas is concerned (and maybe Idaho has similar laws/statutes on the books), a parent is obligated to remove a child from a situation or environment where they...
  9. Re: Civil Laws in Texas Dealing with Conservatorship and Visistation

    I am sorry,
    I guess I was not clear in my response. I probably worded it wrong (which is very likely).
    I try not to Lawyer to my Attorneys. I normally do not ask them anything beyond their prices...
  10. Re: Civil Laws in Texas Dealing with Conservatorship and Visistation

    Thank you for your response.

    My lawyer at the time said something along the lines of "a judge has broad discretion" followed up by something along the lines of "that is just how the system works,...
  11. Civil Laws in Texas Dealing with Conservatorship and Visistation

    My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Texas

    Allow me to frame this question by prefacing this by citing some Texas Supreme Court cases, Texas statutes, and giving some...
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