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Bryan Child Custody & Support Attorney

Our clients in Bryan and throughout the state often have strong, committed feelings about how their children should be raised. At the end of the day, the most important consideration is what’s best for the child. But sometimes you and your child’s other parent may have differing opinions on what that is. That’s where we come in.

At C.E. Borman, our dedicated legal team draws on our decades of experience in Texas family law to protect you and your child’s rights, and obtain the best outcome for everyone. Read on to find out how.

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Our Bryan Child Custody & Support Services

Ideally, you and your child’s other parent can come to an agreement on child custody, and a judge won’t have to make the decision for you. This can be done with an experienced child custody and support attorney by your side through negotiation, mediation, and drawing up a parenting plan.

Here are some of the most common issues that can be resolved by a parenting plan:

  • Conservatorship, meaning who has physical and legal custody
  • Primary residence
  • Visitation
  • Education
  • Healthcare
  • Religious upbringing
  • Child support payments

But when there are disputes that can’t be resolved out of court, a judge will need to issue a legal order. The judge will assume that the best option is joint custody, meaning both parents make decisions about the above issues together. But at the end of the day, decisions are always made first and foremost in the best interest of the child.

In addition, the law in Bryan and throughout Texas requires non-custodial parents to pay child support and has guidelines for calculating payments. The basic formula for calculating child support payments is simple: the non-custodial parent’s net income multiplied by a percentage. The percentage is based on the number of children being supported.

There are many decisions that have to be made regarding a child’s upbringing after a divorce, and the law can be complex. An experienced legal team like C.E. Borman’s will fiercely represent your and your child’s interests both in and out of the courtroom.

What Our Bryan Child Custody & Support Clients Say

Our Bryan Child Custody & Support Case Process


Call 979-200-4725


We’ll learn more about your situation and discuss your options for moving forward.


Together, we’ll get to work resolving your issues – representing you through mediation and, if necessary, in court.

Frequently Asked Questions

How is child custody determined?

Child custody is determined based on the best interests of the child, considering factors such as the child’s relationship with each parent, their living arrangements, and their physical and emotional well-being.

How is child support determined?

Factors considered in determining child support include each parent’s income, the child’s needs, any special circumstances. The formula for calculating child support payments used in most cases is simple: the parent’s net income multiplied by a certain percentage. The percentage, between 20% to 40%, is based on the number of children being supported.

Can child custody arrangements be modified?

Yes, child custody arrangements can be modified if there has been a significant change in circumstances affecting the child’s well-being, or if the current arrangement is no longer feasible or in the child’s best interests.

How can I enforce child support orders?

Child support orders can be enforced through various legal means, including wage garnishment, bank levies, driver’s license suspension, and contempt of court proceedings for non-compliance. Talk to a lawyer to find out how to enforce your child support order.

Can grandparents seek custody or visitation rights?

Yes, in certain circumstances, grandparents may seek custody or visitation rights. As with any custody decision, it must be deemed in the best interests of the child, and in addition, the grandparents must demonstrate a significant relationship with the child.

Contact a Bryan Child Custody Attorney Today

Our children are the most important people in our lives. Whether you’re going through a divorce, or revisiting a custody arrangement that just isn’t working, we understand just how important it is to provide for your children and set them up for success. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

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