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Statutes in Effect

Statutes in Effect at Time A.D. Litigated and Statutes in Effect Now. Family Code §157.005(b), in 1998, at the time A.D. was litigated, read as...

Rules of Statutory Construction

Rules of Statutory Construction Compel that §157.005(b) Does Not Apply to Liens, Levies and Writs of Income Withholding. The Supreme Court held in...

Purpose of A Single Cumulative Judgment

A “single cumulative judgment” (as it is referred to in A.D., 73 S.W.3d at 246) is not a new cause of action, it is only a remedy. A single cumu...

Jurisdiction Until Child Suport Is Paid

The Court Has Jurisdiction Over Liens, Levies & Writs of Income Withholding Until All Unpaid Child Support is Paid. A child support lien is ava...

Jurisdiction To Enforce Arrearages

The court has jurisdiction to enforce child support arrearages until everything is paid. Section 158.102 of the Family Code entitled Duration of Wr...

Jurisdiction to Determine Arrearages

This Court Has Jurisdiction to Determine Arrearages when Lien, Levy or Writ is Contested – A Single Cumulative Judgment Jurisdiction Not Required....

Judgment That Adjudicates the Child Support

The Judgment That Adjudicates the Child Support Obligation is the Judgment of Divorce. The “divorce judgment” is the judgment that adjudicates...

Cumulative Judgement

Obligor’s position is that if you do not have a single cumulative judgment, you cannot avail yourself of any other remedy in the Family Code for t...

STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS

It is never too late to collect unpaid child support. Statute of Limitation In Texas, the collection of unpaid child support does not end when...