What do you do when a parent stops paying child support or prevents you from visiting the child? There are legal remedies to address both issues. Far too often custodial parents are forced to carry the entire financial burden of raising a child. In Texas, a party who is owed child support can file a lien against the other party's real or personal property. And while some custodial parents suffer financially, non custodial parents are often forced to go extended periods of time without seeing their child, which should also be addressed in court. If you aren't receiving child support or are being denied access to your child, we can help. Call today for a consultation.
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