A Law Firm That Gets Results In Custody And Support Cases

For parents, life changes the moment they have kids. Everything becomes focused on providing the best possible environment to their child. They want nothing more than for their child to have positive life experiences that will allow him or her to develop the skills necessary to be successful adults.

When parents go through a divorce or breakup, they may both be extremely concerned with their ability to remain involved with the child. In many circumstances, this leads to lengthy and bitter disputes regarding child custody, which can place a great deal of stress upon everyone involved.

At The Springer Law Firm, we help families who are struggling with issues regarding child custody and child support. Collectively, our attorneys have more than seven decades of combined legal experience helping develop workable solutions to custody and support battles. We are focused on finding a positive resolution to your case, even if things seem hopeless.

Best Interests Of The Children

We work with you to help you express your concerns in a way that pursues your custody goals. We negotiate extensively with the other side to reach an agreement that allows both of you to continue to have a role in your child's life. We want your custody plan to last, so that it can limit the disagreements that may arise in the future. If an agreement cannot be reached, we are going to be by your side at your trial as we fight for your future with your children.

When custody disputes head inside the courtroom in Texas, the judge examines several different factors to determine what is believed to be in the child's best interests. This may include such things as the ability of each parent to provide for the child, the relationship that the child will have with each parent as well as the child's preference if he or she is old enough to understand what is happening.

How Child Support Is Calculated

The laws in Texas regarding child support are not as straightforward as they appear. There are very specific formulas that examine the income of both parents as well as the time that each parent is able to spend with the child under the custody agreement. These factors then lead to an amount of support that is to be paid to provide for the children. Whether you are seeking support, looking to contest a support award or need help revisiting a support agreement, our lawyers are here to help.

Your Hometown Lawyers

We have the experience you would typically see at a large law firm, along with the personal attention from lawyers that you would get at a small firm. To learn more about what we can do for you, please call our Katy office at 281-616-7540 or send us an email to schedule your consultation.