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What Happens If a Parent Does Not Pay Child Support?
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Child support orders can come out of a dramatic, awkward, and emotional situations. In extreme cases, noncustodial parents (the parent not living with the child) cannot or will not make the child support payments a judge has ordered.
 
This can be extremely frustrating, not to mention putting undue financial burdens on your family. There are ways, however, to get compensated for lost child support payments, and penalties to those… Read More [+]


How Does Child Custody Work for Unmarried Parents?
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With divorce, unmarried parents, and multiple marriages on the rise, the typical nuclear family is becoming less and less common in America. But sometimes it seems as though our legal system has not caught up with the times.
 
If you are not married to your children’s other parent and you separate, you may feel like you have limited options when it comes to your children. Dealing with visitation, child… Read More [+]


FAQs about Family Law in Florida
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Most people don’t really know exactly what the term “family law” means. Some may believe that a family lawyer simply means an attorney hired by regular people to handle their legal matters – whatever those may be.
 
But this is a specific area of the law that deals with family and domestic issues. What does that mean? Well, the one that most people gravitate towards first is divorce.… Read More [+]


How Florida Calculates Child Support
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Going through a divorce is hard enough, but if a couple has children, a divorce may get even more difficult depending on how agreeable the parents can be.
 
When it comes to children, parents have to make big decisions regarding child custody – called time-sharing here in Florida – and then they have to see what the court decides about providing child support.
 
Parents are required to… Read More [+]


Can I Change My Child Support Agreement?
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Child support is often a very contentious topic for the parties involved. If you’ve been paying a specific child support settlement for a while now, or if you’ve recently been brought to court to sign a child support agreement, know that it is possible to change the given amount.
 
Sometimes, the amount is not a feasible amount of money for you to pay, or sometimes you have concerns that… Read More [+]