Alicia G. KeyAlicia G. Key was named Deputy Attorney General for Child Support for the Texas Office of the Attorney General in January 2007, where she has served as the Child Support Director since her appointment on December 1, 2004.Alicia returned to the OAG from the Office of Court Administration, where she served as Administrative Director from 2002-2004.Prior to that, she worked for over twelve years in the Title IV-D program in Texas, beginning as Title IV-D Master for the Eighth and Ninth Administrative Judicial Regions in 1989.Joining the Attorney General's Office in 1992, she served as the managing attorney of an Austin field office, then as General Counsel of the Child Support Division, from 1999 to 2002. Alicia has been a frequent writer and speaker on family law and child support issues.In addition, she has been a guest commentator for Sampson & Tindall's Family Code Annotated each year since 1997, and has been a member of the State Bar of Texas Family Law Section Formbook Committee since 1999.
"The courts didn't take that much of a cut because their appropriation was for personnel, and it (cuts) would have hindered the operation of the courts," said Alicia Key, executive director of the Office of Court Administration, a state agency that administers judicial programs such as indigent defense.
Smith took over in October for Alicia Key, who had run the state's child support enforcement division for nearly a decade and now works for Xerox Inc., which processes child support payments for the state.
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