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Houston Interstate Child Custody and Support Lawyer

Interstate Child Custody/Child Support Law

Like all other states, Texas has specific child custody laws governing geographic restrictions, parent relocations, and interstate custody and child support issues. Cynthia Tracy, Attorney at Law, PC, offers extensive experience in all areas relating to complex child support and custody issues, including matters involving interstate law. We have helped many custodial and noncustodial parents work through the emotional and often confusing legal custody dispute issues that often result from geographic restrictions enforced by the Texas family law courts.

If your custody or child support case involves an out-of-state noncustodial parent, we offer child support enforcement services. We understand the emotional roller coaster that interstate child custody law and child support often become.

Contact the interstate child custody law office of Cynthia Tracy, Attorney at Law, P.C., to schedule an initial consultation. From our offices in Clear Lake City, we represent clients in Houston and throughout the Gulf Coast area of Texas. We can help you understand how Texas law applies to your interstate case as we move through the legal issues together. We want to be more than just your lawyer. We want to be the family attorney you call when you need to rely on a trusted legal adviser.

A Note to Nonresidents

Interstate child custody laws vary from state to state. We have experience handling out-of-state court orders and Cynthia Tracy is licensed to practice law in both Ohio and New York state. During her extensive tenure as an assistant attorney general, she interacted with a multitude of other states in determining what state is the appropriate forum to handle the legal matter. Contact our office in Texas to discuss your interstate child custody legal matter at 281-823-8481.

We work toward achieving amicable, negotiated custody and visitation agreements and modifications that will be in the child's best interests. In situations where a reasonable resolution can't be reached in negotiations or mediation, we stand firm with our clients in court, fighting for their best interests, while always protecting the welfare of the child.