We were commissioned by the National Parents Organization to conduct a statewide survey of 564 Texas residents from July 15-19, 2022. The study included questions on how to set appropriate child support amounts, how parents should share in child-related expenses, the living arrangements that are in the best interest of children, and how Texas residents view political candidates who support the modernization of state laws governing these and related issues. The vast majority of respondents (93%) agree that it is in a child’s best interest to have as much time as possible with each of their parents when they live apart. Contrary to these results, Texas state guidelines do not consider both parents’ incomes or parenting time automatically in any situation when setting child support.

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