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April 1, 2021
If you’ve experienced job loss due to the spread of COVID-19 and the widespread public safety measures that have been put into effect across the country, you are not alone. According to the Texas Workforce Commission, about 3,000 unemployment claims are made a day, and that number is continuously rising. The agency estimated that about 150,000 unemployment claims were made in the last week alone.
If you have been laid off from work, your ability to pay child support may be impacted, and you may be wondering what options you have available to you.
First and foremost, you still have to pay child support and we advise you to comply with all existing child support obligations until your order changes. That being said, it may be possible to seek a child support modification after you have been laid off due to COVID-19. A child support order may be modified if:
A parent experiencing a reduction in earnings or total job loss due to the orders issued to help curb the spread of COVID-19 may be able to demonstrate a “material and substantial change in circumstances.”
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