Amick, Stevens & Gadness

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Amick, Stevens & Gadness

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A Family, divorce and Social Security Disability Law Firm

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Resolving Child Support Concerns In Texas


In Texas, child support is determined by statute, based on income. It is presumed to be in the best interest of the child that one parent pay guideline child support. However, many other factors may impact child support and need to be addressed to ensure everyone is treated fairly. The child support attorneys at Amick, Stevens & Gadness have over 25 years of experience that they put to work resolving these issues for their clients.

Our Experienced Attorneys Are Here To Help

Whether you have stopped receiving child support from the other parent, or there has been a change in your life, such as the loss of a job or the illness of a child, and you need to modify the amount of child support, we can help. Contact us at 214-473-8383 to schedule a consultation.

Our caring child support lawyers can provide the personal attention you require to ensure that your needs are met. We can help with all aspects of your case, including:

  • Determining what financial obligations exist for you or the child’s other parent
  • Determining who is responsible for providing the child with medical insurance
  • Representing you in an Office of the Attorney General Child Support Review.

We are here to listen to your needs and work with you to determine the best way to make certain they are met.

Read some frequently asked questions about child support in Texas.

Talk To Us About Collaborative Options

We encourage you to pursue non-adversarial resolution methods for your child support issues. Collaborative law is available for the resolution of child support issues as are mediation and arbitration.

As trained collaborative divorce professionals and mediators, we can help you resolve your conflicts with minimum conflicts. This technique allows you to avoid the time, expense and emotional difficulties of a trial, while helping both sides build a strong basis for communicating their needs to each other. Together, both parties work to meet an agreement that works best for everyone, especially the child. Call us at 214-473-8383 to learn more.

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Family and
Divorce Law

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Disability Law