The parenting plan, commonly referred to as a child custody order, is one of the most important and emotionally difficult issues in family law. It is important to know the complexities of any parenting plan. Experience is crucial because these issues can frequently be difficult to modify once ordered. Beyond a possession schedule, it is crucial that each of the following aspects are considered:
In high-conflict child custody cases, it is important to understand that there are no one-size-fits-all strategies. Each individual case requires a carefully tailored approach highlighting its strengths and minimizing its weaknesses. All factors must be taken into consideration, including family violence, possible neglect or endangerment, special needs of a particular child, and mental health impact.
Child support is frequently a hot-button topic in family law cases. In Texas, the calculation of child support is based on the income of the party that is paying it. This can be further complicated by calculating bonuses and other fringe benefits, as well as determining if the paying parent is sufficiently employed. Once set in place, it can only be changed under certain specific parameters, so it is important that you get the advice you need from the beginning to make sure that your rights are protected.
Find out if the Law Office of Matthew Davis, PLLC is a good fit for your case by scheduling an initial consultation. I will come up with a carefully tailored approach to your case by taking every factor into close consideration. Call 469-294-2261 today to schedule your consultation