Changing Child Support in Texas

Let Our Austin Lawyers Help Modify Your Court Order

Once a court has issued a child support order, it governs unless a parent proves there has been a significant change in circumstance that directly impacts the children in question.

This is typically done through proving that the circumstances of the parent or child have materially and substantially changed, as well as that the requested modification is in the child’s best interest.

The Austin child support attorneys at Andrae Law have over three decades of experience helping families like yours.

Changes in Financial Support

There is another category of child support modification that doesn’t impact visitation or primary custody agreements but instead reevaluates child support payments. A judge can review the child support amount to ensure it is still in compliance with the Texas child support guidelines three years after the last order date.

This review can be requested by the receiving parent hoping to raise child support or the paying parent attempting to lower child support or the Attorney General’s Office.

Leading You Through the Maze of Your Family Law Matter

A large percentage of the cases we handle involve modification actions. These cases can either be settled or litigated. Andrae Law has experience and success in resolving modification cases through both negotiations or in the courtroom.

Schedule your first case consultation with an Austin child support lawyer today.

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