The cap for “net resources” when calculating guideline child support increases from $8,550 to $9,200, effective September 1, 2019. The Office of the Attorney General Child Support Division (OAG) recently announced the coming change.
OAG manages the child support system for Texas. The increase to $9,200 is determined by a formula related to changes in the Consumer Price Index. For more information, speak with a qualified family law attorney.
Author Jim Cramp is a retired active duty colonel and the founder and principal attorney at the Cramp Law Firm, PLLC. The firm provides a spectrum of family law-related services to clients in the greater San Antonio region, across the United States and throughout the world. The firm specializes in Federal Civil Service and Military Divorce matters.