According to data, the state with the most collected child support in 2010 was Texas. Texas superseded all states. However, it neglects to collecting overdue child support, amounting to $13.3 billion. And the numbers are climbing faster than any other state in the U.S. Many children and parents aren’t getting the support they need because Texas is falling behind in collection of payments. It is essential that parents who pay child support be consistent with their payments and provide for their children as required by their divorce agreement. Unfortunately, not all parents who pay child support understand the extent of their responsibilities and the consequences of their inaction.
Take action to ensure that your child is taken care of with the help of child support payments from your ex-spouse. A specialized family law attorney can help direct you on the best way to have your children provided for.
To acquire legal guidance for your child support case, contact the McAllen family law attorneys of Barrera, Sanchez & Assoc., P.C. at (956) 287-7555.