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Spousal & Child Support Lawyer - The Woodlands

The breakup of your marriage is probably one of the most difficult life changing situations that you will ever endure. Spousal support is often awarded in Texas divorce cases to ensure that both parties are able to move forward without suffering financially. Non-custodial parents are typically ordered to pay child support. In Texas, it is generally equal to a percentage of that parent's net resources. Whether you believe you will have to pay or collect child or spousal support, it's crucial to have the help of a skilled family law attorney. With several decades of experience, Lynn E. Esposito is the name to trust in The Woodlands, Montgomery County and Harris County.

Superior Legal Counsel for Divorcing Couples

While there are many clearly defined laws regarding spousal and child support in the state of Texas, there are plenty of gray areas as well. The Law Office of Lynn E. Esposito will work to protect your rights during this difficult time. Since 1989, Lynn Esposito has been practicing family law and serving clients throughout Montgomery and Harris counties. From her law office in The Woodlands, she and her staff provide competent, experienced legal representation to custodial and non-custodial parents.

Retain an Experience Spousal & Child Support Lawyer Now

As soon as it becomes clear that your marriage is ending, you should retain a competent and experienced family law attorney. In many instances, one spouse is ordered to pay temporary spousal support to another. If children are involved, child support will come into play quickly as well. There is simply too much at stake at this time. Lynn E. Esposito is ready and available to provide qualified legal counsel during your divorce. Her office can be reached by phone at (281) 362-1191 or by email at Lynn@woodlandsfamilylaw.com. Contact us today to ensure the most positive possible outcome for your case.


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