When the parents of a minor child live together, both parents are assumed to be contributing to the financial support and emotional growth of the child. If the parents decide to end the marriage, or otherwise live apart, the law imposes a legal obligation on both parents to continue to contribute to the child’s support and maintenance. For the non-custodial parent, this is accomplished through the payment of child support. Once a child support order is established, you are obligated [ ] The post Ask a Texas Child Support Lawyer : What Happens If I Lose My Job? appeared first on Law Office of Jon R. Boyd..
Top Ten Things NOT To Do in your case: 1. Listen to your cousin about what he or she did in their divorce and compare it to your own case 2. Fail to read and comply with the Standing Orders issued by the County you are in 3. Curse, insult, demean and insult your spouse. In writing. Often. 4. Represent yourself (unless you just want to lose so you can blame everyone else) 5. Rely on the Web for your legal [ ] The post Top Ten Things NOT TO DO In Your Case (Or How to Lose A Winnable Case ) appeared first on Law Office of Jon R. Boyd..