Child care can be a critical thing for a family. For some families, it can be essential in the parents being able to hold the employment necessary to support the family. However, it can also be a source of stress for a parent.
What sorts of expenses a parent has in relation to their children can be influenced by many things. One such thing is the unique characteristics of their children.
Being a single parent can be challenging in many ways. This includes financially. It can sometimes be difficult for a single parent to meet all of the costs related to their kids. It can be made particularly difficult if the other parent starts skipping court-ordered child support payments.
Back-to-school season is upon us. This season brings about many different things for parents. This includes back-to-school shopping trips to get school supplies for the kids. Unfortunately, these trips can get rather expensive. This can be seen from a recent school-supply-related report.
The process of reaching a child support arrangement in a divorce of parents here in Texas can have many complex aspects. One reason for this is that the state has quite a few laws in place that regard child support.
One of the major issues that can come up when Texas parents with young children divorce is child support. One thing to note about child support as a divorce issue is that it is an issue that a divorcing parent not only can have major questions, concerns and worries about during a divorce, but also before and after the divorce.