Office of the Attorney General Recognizes Child Support Assistant Attorneys General of the Year
This week, the Office of the Attorney General of Texas recognized 11 Assistant Attorneys General (“AAG”) of the year from the Child Support Division for their commitment to Texas children.
Attorney General Paxton sued the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) after a devastating policy change that would severely limit the ability of child support enforcement agencies (“CSEAs”) across the country to utilize valuable contractor resources to support the families they serve.
Attorney General Ken Paxton this week recognized 11 Assistant Attorneys General (AAGs) of the year from the Child Support Division for their commitment to Texas children.
AG Paxton’s Child Support Division Sets New Record by Collecting $4.8 Billion for Texas Children
Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that the Office of the Attorney General’s Child Support Division set a new record by collecting more than $4.8 billion in child support for the state fiscal year 2020.
The Office of the Attorney General’s Child Support Division Transitions to Virtual Services in Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Because the health and safety of our staff and customers is always our highest priority, effective immediately, local child support offices are in the process of transitioning to providing virtual child support establishment and enforcement services.
Rusk County Sheriff’s Department and Henderson Police Department led a child support roundup that started on Tuesday, February 25, 2020.
The Smith County Sheriff’s Department along with the Tyler, Lindale, Troup, and Arp Police Departments and Smith County District Attorney’s Office, led a child support roundup that started on Friday, November 1, 2019.
AG Paxton’s Child Support Division Sets New Nationwide Record by Collecting $4.378 Billion in Child Support
“I’m immensely proud of the hard work and dedication of our Child Support Division to improve the lives of Texas children and ensure that children receive the support they need and deserve,” Attorney General Paxton said. “This success is particularly remarkable in light of the challenges the division faced as a result of Hurricane Harvey. Courts in affected areas were shut down completely for prolonged amounts of time, but that didn’t stop the hard-working men and women of the Child Support Division from achieving another record-setting year in collections.”