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Child Support

Child support is a very important piece of the divorce proceedings. The non-custodial parent must pay child support to their spouse. Keep in mind, this is a payment for your child, not your ex-wife or husband. It is money to insure children of divorce have the care they need and is an obligation not to be taken lightly. For information and access to forms needed, please visit the Attorney General's Child Support web page.  To learn what your monthly child support payment will be, you can use the Attorney General's Child Support Calculator page. Remember, failure to pay your child support in Texas has severe consequences; your driver's license can be suspended or you could face jail time.


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