Child Custody & Child Support in Texas

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What about my children?

Child Custody Attorneys Serving Texas

Many people find it difficult to choose which parent will become the custodial parent. There are two options: one custodial parent or you can choose to give your children up to your spouse and settle for occasional dinners and weekend visits. Our Texas child custody and child support attorneys are experts and can help you navigate the process and find the best outcome for your family and children.

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These are difficult decisions. The answer does not have to be simple. Family law lawyers at Abercrombie, Sanchez & Wood Law know that there are many ways to resolve custody disputes. To find new avenues for cooperation and rebuilding after divorce, we focus on your best interests. Our Texas attorneys are happy to help you and your family with any aspect of your child custody or divorce case. To schedule a consultation with our child custody lawyers, call us today.

Child Custody & Visitation in Texas

We believe that family is the most important thing in a parent’s life. Therefore, we help parents make difficult decisions about what is best for their children.

Don’t trust just anyone to decide the fate of your family. With over two decades of experience in this field, we can offer our clients invaluable insight and proven results. We help parents to understand the issues and determine the best way to deal with them. This helps ensure that their children’s future is secure. We are familiar with all aspects of litigation and can help parents make the right decisions to protect their children’s interests. We have helped parents navigate the maze of deciding what is best for them. This includes determining where their children should live, who should be the primary parent, and how much time should they be allowed to possess the children. Our Texas child custody lawyers have the experience, knowledge, and tenacity necessary to ensure your children’s safety.

Texas Child Support Laws

Child support payments are not intended to be punitive. They are meant to provide adequate care for your child. While there are guidelines that can be used to calculate child support amounts, your particular situation may have other considerations. Child support is intended to help (not 100%) your child’s needs. This usually includes a portion of food, clothing, housing, medical expenses, or any other expenses that are necessary for your child.

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    our expertise to fight for you

    Abercrombie, Sanchez & Wood Law’s Texas child support attorneys use family law expertise in order to protect your rights and to reach an agreement in your specific case.

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