Ethical, Thoughtful And
Experienced Resolving Child Support Enforcement Cases
The office of the Texas attorney general is the official child support enforcement agency in Texas. The Attorney General Child Support Division has a great deal of authority to go after those accused of not paying child support in full and on time.
At Attorney Randy Mora, we regularly help clients who are sought after by the state of Texas for past due child support. We also help clients who have not previously had an existing child support order or who want to contest paternity before the attorney general.
Legal Enforcement Of Child Support Payments
When one party is not paying child support, the Child Support Division has significant authority to penalize the nonpaying parent. Some of the available remedies to obtain child support include:
- Garnishing (taking) wages
- Suspending the nonpaying parent’s driver’s license
- Seizing property
- Seizing tax refunds
- Filing a lawsuit
- Passport revocation
- Criminal charges leading to jail time
Representing Clients In Financial Difficulty
Many of our clients previously believed they could not afford to have an attorney on their side. However, we regularly help clients in hearings in child support court who are experiencing financial struggles. A leading family law firm in San Antonio, Texas, our office has a history of efficiently and effectively getting results for our clients.
In child support enforcement cases, we will work quickly and with focus to lower the cost to you. And because child support is often a significant portion of the noncustodial parent’s income, failing to have quality representation at child support hearings can cost you more in the long run.
Call To See If We Can Help
A premier lawyer focusing exclusively on family law matters, Attorney Randy Mora, can discuss fully your situation and legal options regarding child support.
Delay can be costly. Enforcement efforts can lead to lost wages, a lost driver’s license and even jail time. But there may be defenses available. Call Attorney Randy Mora, at 210-446-0306 to learn more.
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