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Category Archives: Child Support

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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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If You Continue to Pay for Your Young Adult Son or Daughter’s Healthcare, Is Your Ex-Spouse Obligated to Share the Cost?

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Every parent knows that the odds are stacked against children being able to be completely financially independent of their parents as soon as they turn eighteen. While some young adults make it their priority to make a clean break from their parents’ rules and their parents’ financial support as soon as they turn eighteen,… Read More »

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Divorce and the High-Income Stay-at-Home Dad

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Life is expensive, so expensive that, unless you write out a budget and keep written records of all your transactions, you might not even realize how much you spend. Most married couples raising young children have dual income households. When you are unhappily married but not seriously considering divorce, it is easy to construct… Read More »

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If You Owe Past Due Child Support, Your Coronavirus Stimulus Check Could Go Straight to Your Ex

By Schwartz | White |

Couples who do not have children together can often make a clean break after their divorce, unless they were married for many years or their marital property is very valuable. If you and your ex-spouse have children together, your disagreements with your ex about how much money is required to meet your children’s basic… Read More »

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Child Support and Children’s Special Educational Needs

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Many children with special needs flourish when they receive appropriate support from teachers, therapists, and family. Divorce is disruptive to all children, but it is even more disruptive to children whose special developmental or medical needs make a change to their routine even more of a challenge than such a change would represent to… Read More »

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If You Owe Back Child Support, Filing for Bankruptcy Is Not the Solution

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Financial hardship has become to rule rather than the exception for many Americans, especially those with minor children. As you reduce your spending to deal with life in the gig economy, you might find yourself eliminating expenses you once considered a necessity. You bring a granola bar and a thermos of coffee to work,… Read More »

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How to Get Out of Paying Child Support Without Breaking Any Rules

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The days leading up to Valentine’s day are prime time for cynical Google search queries, like “love stinks,” “women are gold diggers,” and “men are scum.” When you are a parent, though, you can’t afford just to channel your self-pity into Google searches. Even your most misanthropic search engine adventures are at least slightly… Read More »

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Can Florida Place a Lien for Unpaid Child Support?

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If your ex has been ordered to pay child support to you, you may be wondering what happens if your ex doesn’t pay. You might’ve heard rumors that if they don’t pay, they will slap a lien on their property. Well, the state has a variety of enforcement methods at its disposal, one of… Read More »

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Collecting Back Child Support in Florida

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When you get divorced or already have a custody agreement in place, one parent is usually required to make some type of child support payments to the other parent. However, what is the process when one parent is not keeping up with their court-ordered payments? When this happens, it’s known as being “in arrears,”… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions About Florida Child Support

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While most couples getting a divorce understand the concept of child support, not everyone understands how it’s calculated, how to enforce it, and what exactly the amount covers. Child support questions are some of the most common ones Florida family law attorneys receive. Here’s a look at some of the more frequently asked questions…. Read More »

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