Houston Child Support Attorneys
Representing Parents & Families Across Harris County and Beyond
Texas family courts always prioritize the best interests of children. In addition to addressing their physical and emotional well-being, courts look to a child’s parents to ensure they uphold their mandatory obligation to provide needed financial support.
For parents facing divorce or a stand-alone child custody, paternity, or support matter, protecting a child and their financial needs requires the attention of skilled and experienced attorneys.
From initial support orders to modifications and enforcement, our award-winning family lawyers at Hendershot, Cannon & Hisey, P.C. offer the comprehensive counsel and representation clients need to explore their available options – and pursue the resolutions which help their children.
Discuss your child support and family law needs with a lawyer. Call (713) 909-7323 or contact us online.
Texas Child Support Cases
Led by a Board Certified Family Law Specialist Lennea Cannon, and Attorneys Lori Blackwell and Yoka Larasati, our family law team offers compassionate, experienced representation for a range of child support matters, including those involving:
- Child Custody and Visitation
- Divorce (Contested & Uncontested)
- Enforcement of Court Orders
- Parental Relocation / Geographic Restrictions
- Military Divorce
- Mediation / Collaborative Law
- Paternity & Unmarried Parents
- Protective & Restraining Orders
- Temporary Orders
- Fathers’ Rights / Grandparents’ Rights
- Guardianship Proceedings
Child support is no insignificant matter and becomes a focus in any family law case in which minor children are involved. Under the Texas Family Code, child support calculations may vary depending on the facts and circumstances, but will generally be calculated by multiplying a paying party’s net monthly income by a percentage established by statute, which may be:
- 20% for one child
- 25% for two children
- 30% for three children
- 35% for four children
- 40% for five children
- At least 40% for six or more children
Additionally, Texas family will give weight in its considerations to factors such as the income of both parents (including overtime and bonus pay), a new marriage that alters available financial support for a child, custody and visitation arrangements, a child’s age and needs, existing obligations, and more.
Of course, even when support orders are established through the court, there may be circumstantial changes which warrant legal action. This may include modifications (upon substantial changes in circumstances), the need for enforcing court orders, or temporary orders – in addition to addressing changes to custody, property division, spousal support, and other family law orders.
Questions? Call (713) 909-7323
Hendershot, Cannon & Hisey, P.C. has become known for our highly skilled and experienced attorneys, and for providing the personalized, passionate representation children, parents, and families deserve during difficult times. Our legal team is readily available to discuss any child support or family law matter you may be facing.
If you have questions about a child support matter or any divorce or family law case in Texas, Hendershot, Cannon & Hisey, P.C. is here to help. Call (713) 909-7323 or contact us online to speak with an attorney about your rights and options.