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How Does Retroactive Child Support Work in Florida?
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If your divorce is final and your ex-spouse hasn’t paid child support, you are likely feeling angry and frustrated, not to mention unable to pay your bills. Below, we’re going to detail what Florida law has to say about retroactive child support and how a family law attorney can help you.
 
How Child Support Payments Work in General in Florida
 
Both parents are financially responsible for the well-being… Read More [+]


Myths about Florida Child Support That Need to Be Dispelled
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Many Florida parents are confused about how child support payments work. In this post, we’ll dispel the common myths and help you understand how the system is set up. When you have the right information, it’s a lot easier to make sound choices for your children – and yourself.
 
What People Think about Child Support Versus the Reality
 
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Strategies to Get Your Spouse to Pay Child Support in Florida
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Nothing is more frustrating than trying to raise your child on a limited budget when your ex isn’t helping with money. Parenting is expensive, and unexpected costs can arise suddenly. If you’re stretched to your limits just trying to cover the basics with your income, a bit of extra from your child’s other parent can really help.
Below, we’re going to talk about some strategies you can employ to encourage… Read More [+]


How to Avoid Mistakes in Your Florida Family Law Case
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Even in the most amicable, straightforward family law cases, mistakes can easily be made that compromise one or more parties and draw out litigation. Follow this advice to sidestep common mistakes that could cost you in your Florida family law case.
 
Know the basics of family law
 
Family law usually involves significant life changes, such as planning for a wedding, adopting a child, separating, or divorcing. All… Read More [+]


What to Do If Your Florida Child Support Goes to the Wrong Person
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Recently a Florida father tried to pay child support, but when the check went to the wrong account, a world of trouble opened.
 
Henry Schultz faithfully pays $1,600 per month in child support. So when his ex-wife called to ask where that month’s money was, Schultz was confused. He consulted the bill payment center, and found that when he wrote the numeral “1,” they recorded it as a “7.”… Read More [+]