Financial Support for Children
Whether the case involves the Texas Attorney General Child Support Office or parents who need financial support for their children it is important to have an attorney that knows the ins and outs of child support. Our attorney, Wade, L. Griffin, Jr., has over five years’ experience working for the Texas Attorney General's Office Child Support Division and over two decades of experience in family law. He knows the correct method for calculating child support, and the proper and improper deductions for child support. He can insure that you are getting everything you are entitled to and ensure you are not paying more than you should.
Texas Attorney General's Office
Whether you are trying to get child support or someone is trying to get child support from you, the Texas Attorney General's Office does not and will not represent your interests. They represent the State of Texas, much like the District Attorney's Office does not represent the victims of crimes, so the Texas Attorney General's Office does not represent the custodial or non-custodial parent. It is important that you have your own attorney watching out for your interests. Do not take the Attorney General's word for it, that the amount of child support they calculate is correct. Nor should you take their word for it that any back child support is correct. There are multiple legal principals and laws that go into calculating child support and back child support that they won't tell you about. Likewise, there are limitation that sometime apply to back child support and sometimes can be gotten around. If you have a case with the Texas Attorney General's office, please contact us so that we may advise you of your rights.
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