JAMES A. ROBERTSON CHILD SUPPORT PRACTICE
Any case that involves children, usually includes the issue of child support requiring the noncustodial parent to pay to the parent who has custody of the child. Child support is set forth in the Texas Family Code, an experienced family law attorney can guide a client with the knowledge of the different aspects of child support and medical support for the child. Whether the litigation is brought by yourself, the other parent, or the Texas Attorney General’s Office, James A. Robertson can guide you through the process with knowledge and experience.
As a certified mediator and Board Certified Attorney, Robertson has observed that uncontested divorce strategies such as mediation are often effective at limiting the scope and damage of a child custody dispute. Many parents report that in addition to possibly negotiating an uncontested divorce, such approaches also serve to set the tone for a more respectful and cooperative relationship between them in the future.
IF AN AGREEMENT CAN’T BE REACHED
Child support and attorney James Robertson will seek to protect the relationship between parent and child, even if that requires contested hearings and a trial.
Robertson uses his experience as a judge and practices the strategy to make the case for why his client offers the most stable living environment for the child, rather than concentrating on the deficiencies of the other parent. He knows that the court will closely examine the extent of a parent’s involvement in their children’s lives so he focuses on documenting this involvement that helps to convince the court of his client’s case.
Child support attorney Robertson serves all of Brazoria County including Pearland, Alvin, Manvel and Rosharon, Angleton offering a full range of family law legal services.
Child support family law attorney James Robertson is ready to help you. Contact him today.