The Standard Possession Order is a statute created by the Texas Family Code which is used as a guide to divide parenting time. The order establishes each parent’s visitation and custody schedule and ensures that it is legally binding.
Child Support is money a parent pays to support their children. In most cases the non-custodial parent pays the custodial parent child support. The money is to help pay for the child’s needs such as housing and shelter, food, clothing, child care cost, extra-curricular activities etc.
Often the court will order the non-custodial parent to provide health insurance for the children.
It is important to think about the current and forthcoming needs of the children. We are here to help you consider all factors that will benefit the children during different phases of their lives.
The amount you pay for child support depends on several factors and is taken into account when the Child Support Order is done.