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Category Archives: child support

Can You Audio Record Your Spouse without His or Her Consent?

While in front of a Judge, everyone is on their best behavior, especially when dealing with custody cases. For some people in the process of a divorce or a custody dispute, it can be very frustrating to see a spouse act perfectly civil in the courtroom. It can be especially difficult when they have behaved […]

How To Minimize Conflict Related To Your Summer Parenting Plan With The Children

In many cases, divorcing parties want to finalize the divorce quickly while maintaining a positive relationship, so they hesitate to engage family law attorneys. They fear that hiring attorneys will make the divorce process more litigious and confrontational. Often in scenarios like this, the parties will enter into very basic, vague Agreements and Parenting Plans. […]

How to Co-Parent with a Difficult Ex

When children are exposed to ongoing conflict between their parents post-divorce, they may be at risk for social, academic, and mental health problems. Oftentimes when the divorce and custody process has completed, many parents are at a loss as to how to co-parent with their difficult ex, especially if their ex suffers from narcissistic personality […]

WHAT HAPPENS IF I CAN’T AFFORD TO PAY MY COURT ORDERED CHILD SUPPORT OBLIGATION?

When circumstances change substantially for a parent paying child support, it may seem impossible to afford child support. The parent who can no longer afford child support may need to file a Supplemental Petition to Downward Modify Child Support seeking a reduction in her court ordered child support obligation. The basis for a child support […]

What can I do, as the custodial parent, if the Florida child support guidelines is not enough to cover the child’s basic monthly needs?

When the Florida Child Support Guidelines do not provide sufficient monthly support for your minor children, you may have the option of increasing the child support award by filing a Motion for an Upward Deviation from the Child Support Guidelines. Florida Courts do have the discretion to deviate a child support amount up to five […]

What Happens If I Can’t Afford To Pay My Court Ordered Child Support Obligation?

When circumstances change substantially for a parent paying child support, it may seem impossible to afford child support. The parent who can no longer afford child support may need to file a Supplemental Petition to Downward Modify Child Support seeking a reduction in her court ordered child support obligation. The basis for a child support […]

What Can Happen If I Don’t Pay My Child Support Obligation?

When parents separate, the financial responsibility for supporting the child is still left up to both parents. In Florida, child support is mandatory in order to ensure that the child gets as much financial support as permitted under the Florida Child Support Guidelines. The child support amount is generally determined by the income of the […]

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