How Does the New Tax Law Affect Alimony?

Posted on January 8, 2018
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Late December, President Donald Trump signed a major tax overhaul passed by Congress. There are many ways the recent changes to our tax code will affect you and millions of others. One of these changes will affect alimony payments for divorce agreements that are finalized after December 31, 2018. Presently, you may deduct alimony payments … Continue reading

Not Receiving Child Support Payments? State Law Protects You

Posted on April 12, 2017
Understanding divorce and your finances.

Texas family law now allows the state to block registration and renewal of driver’s licenses, professional and recreational permits, and vehicle registrations for people who are behind on child support payments. This law applies to parents who are at least six months behind on their payments. With these new laws, receiving your payments should be … Continue reading

How Does Paying Child Support in Texas Work?

Posted on March 15, 2017
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There are several factors of divorce that are going to change the way you live forever, but none of them are quite as important as your child support. So, do you know how paying child support in Texas works? Well, it’s a good thing you clicked on this blog, because we’re going to tell you … Continue reading

What If I Cannot Afford to Pay Child Support?

Posted on January 23, 2017
How divorce could affect your finances.

A child support system that charges a parent more than he or she can afford to pay is a self-defeating system. The system isn’t perfect, however, and sometimes this does happen. If you find yourself in this situation, you might be asking yourself, what are my options to pay child support? Child Support Modification If … Continue reading