Texas Family Law sets the rates for Texas Child Support Payments depending on the number of children a non-custodial parent has to support. See what the rates for child support in Texas, on the blog of Dallas Divorce attorney Mark Nacol of the Nacol Law firm P.C.
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Dallas paternity attorney Mark Nacol of the Nacol Law Firm PC says If you have been paying child support in Texas, due to a mistaken belief that you were the father, the time to act is now. The new Texas Mistaken Paternity Law deadline to file is September 1, 2012.