In re: L.A.F., C.D.F. & N.C.F.

Brief of Appellant


This case involves the enforceability of an agreement made in Arkansas that child support would automatically decrease if the mother moved with the children to Texas when the parents contemplated that the father also would move to Texas to be near the children but would have to start over in business in Texas.

The mother sued the father for child support as though there had been no agreement. The mother won in the trial court; the father appealed.

Although the brief discusses Arkansas law, in this instance Arkansas and Texas law are substantially similar.

The brief has been redacted to preserve the parties' privacy.

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Reference Info:Appellate Brief | State, 5th Circuit, Texas | United States

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