Mediate Child Support
Child support disputes happen in Texas everyday.
How mediating support issues with me saves time.
How mediating support issues with me saves money.
How mediating support with me helps reduce stress.
Some top reasons parents mediate their support issues.
Establishing a new agreed court order
Modifying terms in an Existing order by agreement.
Negotiating child support enforcement claims
Do you only mediate child support issues?
No! As seen below, we mediate all family law disputes. Child support just interconnects with co-parenting, custody, paternity, and divorce disputes. Child support also tends to be the one commonality most parents and the state must deal with for 18 years, and that can lead to extreme division between parents, even for years after the child reaches adulthood. While a separation or divorce ordeal may last several months, and a custody battle may go on several years, disagreements over child support may reappear every 3 years (for income reviews), and well after child emancipation. Therefore, we focus on helping parents reach custody and child support orders that help avoid the drama. I’ve observed that nothing else can jail a person in family court faster than child support debt. Nothing is more non-“bankruptible” (other than taxes) than child support debt. And child support issues can lead to passport denials, property liens, and impact an innocent new spouse who happened to marry an indebted obligor. For these many reasons, we created ChildSupportMediation.com to help offer another way out of problematic orders.
When should a child support case just go to court?
Good reasons to attend mediation right away to address support.
Mediate Custody & Visitation
Custody disputes and possession disputes vary wildly.
How mediating custody issues with me saves time.
How mediating custody issues with me saves money.
How mediating custody issues with me helps reduce stress.
What about international custody mediation issues?
A parent’s absolute biggest fear is having their child abducted to some distant country where they may never see their child again. Having dealt with international child relocation cases before, I’m still shocked with how often these sorts of cases continue to come up. I suppose after child abuse or neglect cases, child abductions probably ranks very high in ways some parents help destroy co-parent relationships.
Do you recommend co-parenting courses?
Absolutely, we’ve partnered with OnlineParentingPrograms.com to provide courses to parents… Notice I call them CO-parenting classes, because that’s where the issues usually lies, the ability of the parents to work together over the child.
Does the Attorney General have to approve my custody agreement?
The Office of the Attorney General of Texas Child Support Division has a right to participate in any court-ordered or voluntary mediation where they are an official party.