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Understanding What Senate Bill 590 Means for Child Support
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We have a new bill in Florida in regards to child support and parenting time plans that will take effect next year on January 1.
 
Let’s explore what Senate Bill 590 is and how it might affect you now and in the future.
 
What Is Senate Bill 590 and What Does It Do?
 
Senate Bill 590 hopes to streamline the process of setting up child support and… Read More [+]


How Are Florida Child Support Payments Made?
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If you are a parent going through a divorce, the way you care for your children could drastically change. Rather than living in the same house with them, it is possible that you may only have visitation rights. Or watch them on weekends.
 
One of the bigger changes you may have to endure is paying your ex child support so that he or she can afford to care for… Read More [+]


What Is Florida’s “Responsible Parent Act”?
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When the court orders a parent to pay child support, that parent is bound by a legal agreement to do just that. Failing to meet the agreement may result in contempt of court charges and civil or even criminal penalties.
 
If you pay child support, or are thinking about divorce and may have to pay child support in the future, it is important to pay attention to Florida’s family… Read More [+]


Can Florida Courts Deviate from Child Support Guidelines?
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If you are considering getting a divorce but have children to care for, your financial or childcare concerns might be holding you back. You’ve done all of the calculations for alimony and child support payments, but it just doesn’t seem like enough money for you to properly care for your children. Or maybe, on the flip side, you’ve done the calculations and do not believe that you should have to… Read More [+]


Does Florida Let You Sue Your Ex’s Employer for Child Support?
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When a Florida judge is calculating how much child support a non-custodial parent will pay, they are looking mainly at that parent’s income and assets. How much support can the non-custodial parent provide for their child without struggling month-to-month to feed themselves?
 
So what happens when that information is made unavailable? Or when it is inaccurate? What if your ex’s employer is actually helping them to hide their income?… Read More [+]