Best Child Support Lawyers in Beaumont


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Bryan E. McEachern, P.C. Attorney at Law logo

Bryan E. McEachern, P.C. Attorney at Law

2905 Toccoa Road, Beaumont, TX 77703
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  • Child Custody

Bryan E. McEachern, P.C. Attorney at Law serves Beaumont clients. The multi-practice law firm handles a wide range of family law cases, including child support. Bryan McEachern, the company's founder and lead practitioner, works with both parents to establish financial obligations for their child. These include payments for food, shelter, clothing, medical care, and educational expenses. He also litigates cases involving estate planning, probate, entity formation, and civil matters. McEachern previously worked for the Texas Child Support Division as assistant attorney general.

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Law Office of Laurie Perozzo

1945 Calder Ave, Beaumont, TX 77701
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  • Child Custody

The Law Office of Laurie Perozzo fights to protect the rights of clients in Beaumont and the surrounding areas. It represents individuals who are facing child support issues and handles related matters, such as child custody and divorce. Other practice areas covered by the firm are personal injury, DWI, criminal law, and estate planning. Laurie Perozzo, the firm's principal attorney, recovered $650,000 for one of her clients who sustained minor injuries in an 18-wheeler accident case where the operator was driving while intoxicated.

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Smith & Shipley Attorneys At Law

476 Oakland St., Beaumont, TX 77701
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  • Child Custody

Smith & Shipley Attorneys At Law is a Beaumont-based firm that provides guidance and assistance to clients in the metro. It handles family law concerns such as child support and custody, divorce, legal separation, alimony, and adoption. It also takes on child welfare, criminal, and civil law cases. Partner Bruce Smith has been board-certified in family law for three decades, and he has been in legal practice for more than four. Smith also served as an acting criminal district attorney and a special prosecutor.

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Tonya Toups

2615 Calder Ave # 400, Beaumont, TX 77702
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  • Child Custody

Tonya Toups is a law office that caters to parents in Beaumont who need advice on family-related matters, such as child support. It walks its clients through legal proceedings, educating them on the court's calculation of child support payment, which may order the inclusion of a health insurance policy. In addition, the firm's legal team is adept at discussing issues on either sole or joint child custody, including parental rights, obligations, privileges, and powers. Tonya Toups also handles adoption cases.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do women pay child support?

A: Yes. Gender doesn't typically factor into the child support equation. A father who has custodial rights to a child or children may receive support from the child's mother, particularly if she is the higher wage earner. In the case of same-sex couples where two women are raising a child, the noncustodial mother may be required to pay child support.

Q: How can I check if I owe child support?

A: The court order outlines any obligations of child support. Additional questions about payments owed can be routed through the appropriate local child support office. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Child Support Enforcement maintains a list of state agencies and tribal child support agencies throughout the United States and its territories.

Q: What is included in child support?

A: Child support funds are intended to pay for a child's essential needs. Child support attorneys may advocate as to what should and shouldn't be included in the order. The court may expressly define the expenses to be paid for to help both parties understand their responsibilities.Child support may include the following items and services:

  • Food
  • Shelter costs, including mortgage or rent, utilities, and furnishings
  • Medical expenses, such as medications, eyeglasses, and physician and dental care services
  • Childcare services
  • Educational expenses, including books, school supplies, uniforms, and field trip fees
  • Extracurricular activity costs, such as summer camps, art supplies, or sporting equipment
  • Entertainment costs
  • Transportation and travel expenses

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