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Category Archives: Child Support

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Starry-Eyed Entrepreneurial Dreams Are Not A Basis for Imputing Income

By Schwartz | White |

Optimism is a prerequisite for entrepreneurship. This is obvious to impossibly peppy motivational speakers who fill hotel ballrooms with aspiring business owners, as well as to business school professors who teach courses on design thinking. It is also obvious to the relatives with stable but boring jobs who keep providing money to the family… Read More »

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Beware Of Ambiguous Terms In Child Support Agreements

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The only thing worse than a child support order that makes you pay more money than you can afford is one that leaves it unclear how much money you are responsible for paying. If this happens, it is possible for your ex to interpret the order in a way that makes it seem like… Read More »

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Is Florida The Right Place To Resolve Your Child Support Dispute?

By Schwartz | White |

Courts can only issue rulings on legal disputes when the court has jurisdiction over the case, in other words, when it has decision-making authority with regard to the people and places involved in the dispute. When one party moves to Florida after a divorce, the couple might ask the Florida courts to domesticate a… Read More »

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When High Net Worth Couples Co-Parent A Child With Medical Special Needs

By Schwartz | White |

When people who do not have children give you advice about how to deal with toilet training, tantrums, or screen time, you can either laugh at how wildly off-base their suggestions are or be angry that they dared to offer advice when they were so unqualified to do so. If your child has special… Read More »

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Plan Ahead If You Know That Your Child Will Need Financial Support Past Age Eighteen

By Schwartz | White |

Ordinarily, child support orders stay in effect until the child reaches the age of 18. If the child is still in high school on his or her 18th birthday, then the child support continues until the child graduates from high school or turns 19, whichever happens first. It is possible for child support obligations… Read More »

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What Happens If Your Parents Give You Money to Help You Pay Child Support?

By Schwartz | White |

When people grumble about child support, it is not because they do not take their parental responsibilities seriously. Most parents do not resent having to support their minor children financially. No one likes to have a judge bossing them around on behalf of their ex-spouse; that is where the resentment comes from. Despite the… Read More »

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How Does a Work Vehicle Affect Your Alimony and Child Support Obligations?

By Schwartz | White |

All couples who get divorced must accurately represent their assets, income, and expenses. Sometimes valuing your assets is a straightforward matter and the parties can agree on how to distribute them in a Marital Settlement Agreement. When the parties disagree and the court has to intervene to determine equitable distribution of marital property, sometimes… Read More »

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Co-Parenting Without Child Support Payments: Is It Really Possible?

By Schwartz | White |

Have you ever driven past the luxurious hotels of South Beach or glimpsed the Star Island mansions as you took an exit off of I-95 and wondered how different life must be for the one percent? It is true that the details of high net worth divorce often turn out differently than they do… Read More »

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Child Support Obligations and Contempt of Court in South Florida

By Schwartz | White |

If you still have your job but your employer has reduced your salary for an open-ended but temporary period as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, you are one of the lucky ones. Almost every family that created a parenting plan in or before 2019 has found that the circumstances in 2020 make it… Read More »

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Civil Contempt and Due Process in Florida Child Support Disputes

By Schwartz | White |

If a court has ever ordered you to pay child support, you know that the law takes a parent’s responsibility to support his or her children financially while they are minors very seriously. For example, past due child support payments were virtually the only reason that the federal government permitted garnishment of anyone’s coronavirus… Read More »

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