The Bolton Law Firm PC

Office Hours: Mon - Thu 9:00 - 5:00

                                Fri   9:00 - 4:00 

Principal Offices

2441 High Timbers Dr Suite 400

The Woodlands TX  77380

(281) 588-0230 


Tomball Location


990 Village Square Suite G1100

Tomball TX 77375

(281) 351-7897 

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With Principal Office in The Woodlands and another in Tomball, Bolton Law is conveniently located to meet your legal needs.

Ruby Bolton is a certified family law specialist. and is licensed in all practice areas by the State and Federal Government.

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Child Support

You do have options

Attorney Ruby Bolton knows how important it is for children to have the support they need when their parents are going through a divorce or splitting up. Bolton Law has experience with:


Visitation schedules

Post-judgment modifications of custody, visitation or child support

Enforcement of child support and possession and access

Parental relocation

Paternity, DNA testing and fathers' rights


When we at Bolton Law research a client's child support case they not only look at earnings of the other spouse, they also take into consideration that person's lifestyle. If there is a suspicion that one spouse is making more than he or she is reporting, we will take a close look at where that person lives and what kind of car he or she is driving. We can even subpoena credit card and bank records. Attorney Ruby Bolton knows difficulties can arise when trying to ascertain the earnings of people who are self-employed or making money they are not reporting on their tax returns. However, we are committed to optimizing Texas' child support guidelines for the benefit of its clients.

Attorney Ruby Bolton advises her clients that child support agreements need to be reviewed every three years to make sure the amount is still appropriate. Although the State of Texas is going to look at what parents earn when determining support, that may change after the divorce is finalized. Likewise, past arrangements made in the best interest of the child might also need to change.