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Complete our child support payment modification form click here
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New Parents & New Court Orders
As a new parent or filing a new court order you have different packages to choose from. Our Parent Planner now known as F.L.I.P. (Fathers Learning & Involvement Packages) are designed to better involve both parents and resolve dispute in a way that is in the best interest for the child(ren).
Please select the one which best fit your needs and/or child age group:
F.L. I. P. New born to age 3 1/2 click here
F.L. I. P. Ages 4 years to 11 years of age
F.L. I. P. Ages 12 to 14 click here
F.L. I. P. Ages 15 to 18 click here
Parent-Child Enrichment Program
Soon summer will be here and parents will be enjoying more time with their child(ren), however for some there are some minor adjustment related to their child support case that may be needed, such as:
- Updating a visitation schedule
- Financial payment updates
- Health or Medical Insurance updates
- or just general frequent ask questions needing answers.
We feel doing the summer break while young parents have the extra time is an ideal opportunity to resolve these minor issues. It assures both parents that they can be included and participate in a solution best for their child(ren).
Starting May 6, 2013 to June 28, 2013 our Parent Child Enrichment Program allows college students to participate in a FREE case assessment (for existing cases) or case consultation (for new cases), to learn how to modify an existing case or establish a new case that is beneficial for the parents and child(ren) before the next school session begin. Get started now: click here
These are Texas cases and college student over age 18 years but under age 25. For those over 25 or out of state cases, we can discuss other program opportunities.