The Dallas Court of Appeals vacated a portion of a district court’s order directing the Office of Attorney General to remit payments to a private company that collects and disburses child-support payments for a fee.  Pursuant to Texas Government Code sec. 22.002(c), the court of appeals held that only the Texas Supreme Court has the authority to issue a writ of injunction against officers of the executive branch.  The court found that the portion of the order directing the OAG to remit payments to the private company was void.  The court’s opinion in In the Interest of A.B., Jr. can be found at this link.