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Child Support Cap Increases to $9,200 in September
Child Support Cap Increases to $9,200 in September

Section 154.125 of the Texas Family Code governs the application of child support guidelines to a person’s net resources. In Texas, an obligor will pay a certain percentage of his or her net resources towards the support of his or her child or children. However, the amount ...

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