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How Much Child Support Will I Get?
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Divorces can be tough, but divorces with children are even harder. You have to think about both your child’s wellbeing as well as your own. And with children, one of the things you have to deal with is child support.
 
When it comes to divorces with children, Florida courts usually base their decisions on what’s in the best interest of the child. And they generally recognize that a child… Read More [+]


3 Reasons You May Have to Go Back to Court After Your Divorce
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Whether your divorce was simple and quick or complicated and long, you probably breathed a sigh of relief when it was finally over. It was an emotional and stressful time for everyone involved, but you can now begin to move on with your life. Right?
 
Not necessarily.
 
Depending on your situation, you may not ever have to go back to court once your divorce is finalized. For… Read More [+]


A Guide to Child Support in Florida
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In Florida, both parents are legally obligated to financially support their minor child—even if they are no longer married to each other, or were never married in the first place.
 
Child support is meant to cover the cost of a child’s upbringing, as well as basic necessities like food, clothing, and shelter. It also allows the child to benefit and share in the wealth of both parents. Under Florida… Read More [+]


When Can Child Support Be Modified In Florida?
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Maybe you lose your job and can’t afford to pay child support at the same level any more. Or you’re receiving child support and you remarry, raising your income level.
 
When unforeseen circumstances arise, it may become necessary to make changes to the child support plan created by the court. Obtaining a child support modification in Florida can be difficult, however, and usually certain criteria must be met… Read More [+]


The Penalties for Failing to Pay Child Support in Florida
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When it comes to enforcing child support, Florida has some of the toughest laws in the country.
 
Child support is the money that the noncustodial parent will pay to the custodial parent to help support their child. In recent years, Florida lawmakers have been working to structure and regulate consistent child support laws more effectively. If a noncustodial parent fails to pay child support, Florida courts will take… Read More [+]