Letter to the Attorney General, Austin – January 2011

Home schools have been determined by the courts of Texas to be private schools. According to Texas Family Code ยง154.002, child support may continue beyond the age of eighteen through high school graduation if the child is a full-time student pursuing a high school diploma in a private school. So when a member parent received…


Letter to the Attorney General – Austin June 2010

When the attorney general’s office Child Support division representatives had questions about continuing the child support for eighteen-year-old daughter of an Association member, the mother called THSC. Tim Lambert wrote a letter to the state’s attorney general, reminding the representative in the Child Support division of the rules regarding the payment of child support for…


Letter to the Attorney General – Dallas, May 2010

After an Association member’s son reached eighteen years of age, his noncustodial father terminated his health insurance and child support. The mother appealed to the Texas attorney general’s office. After receiving no satisfaction from the office of the attorney general, the mother contacted THSC. Tim Lambert wrote a letter to a representative of the state…


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