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This toolkit tells you how to change (modify) an existing custody, visitation, child support, and medical and dental support order. FORMS ARE INCLUDED.  
This toolkit tells you about your options if your child’s other parent (or someone else) has filed a modification case to change an existing custody, visitation or child support order. ANSWER FORM INCLUDED.
This article about amending petitions in family law matters was written by Texas Legal Services Center.
This article provides an overview of attorneys ad litem and amicus attorneys in family law cases.  
This article answers frequently asked questions about changing an existing custody, visitation, child support or medical support order. LINK TO FORMS INCLUDED.
This article about child custody was written by Texas RioGrande Legal Aid. 
This article about child support was written by Texas RioGrande Legal Aid.   
This article tells you about child support, medical support, and dental support in Texas, including how to get or change a child support order. LINK TO FORMS INCLUDED.   
This article addresses whether nonparents get visitation to children who are not theirs.  
This article tells you about court fees and fee waivers. FEE WAIVER FORM INCLUDED.
This article explains what to expect if you are ordered to appear in a IV-D Court (also known as child support court). This article should not be considered legal advice, and doesn’t replace legal advice. It won’t explain every legal action that can happen in IV-D Court—just the most common ones.
This article explains what to expect if you are ordered to appear in a IV-D Court (also known as child support court). This article should not be considered legal advice, and doesn’t replace legal advice. It won’t explain every legal action that can happen in IV-D Court—just the most common ones.
This article tells you about resources for financial help when you are divorcing and you have a low income.  
This article tells you how to file an answer in a family law case (such as a divorce, custody, paternity, or modification case). ANSWER FORMS ARE INCLUDED.   
This article contains information, instructions, and forms to help you complete an Income Withholding for Support Order. This orders an employer to withhold child support, cash medical support, or spousal support from an employee's paycheck.   
This article discusses serving incarcerated persons in Texas with citation and documents in a family law case.  
This article explains how you serve a family law respondent who lives in Mexico.  
This article tells you about temporary orders and temporary restraining orders (TROs) in family law cases.
Texas does not have legal separation, so this article explains how to protect your legal rights when you are not, for whatever reason, ready to divorce.