Divorce Attorney in Brandon, FL

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    • Can child support be retroactively modified in Florida?

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    • Can I get joint custody time sharing if I am not paid up on child support in Florida?

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    • Can I make my child support payments directly to my spouse? Should I?

      Yes, you can make your payments directly to your ex-spouse. However, should you? That depends. If you trust your ...

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    • Can my ex-spouse avoid paying child support if they file for bankruptcy?

      No, your ex-spouse cannot avoid paying child support when they file bankruptcy. Child support is also referred to as a ...

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    • Can the Florida courts include my new spouse's income when setting child support?

      Generally, Florida courts only consider the income of the parents, so the income of your new spouse should not be taken ...

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    • Does joint custody time sharing affect child support in Florida?

      Joint custody and time sharing can affect child support in Florida. Any situation where the non-majority time sharing ...

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    • Do I owe my ex-spouse child support for the time I was out of work with no unemployment...

      If you do not obtain a court order allowing you to suspend your child support obligation, you owe the back child ...

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    • How can I stop paying child support after finding out the child is not mine?

      If there's a court ordering you to pay child support, continue to pay your child support until you get an order allowing ...

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    • How long should I keep the receipts showing child support I paid?

      While there are certain circumstances where a court will refuse to order child support when too much time has gone by, ...

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    • How often can a non custodial parent be taken back for support modification?

      A non-custodial parent can be taken back for child support modification whenever there is a substantial change in ...

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    • I am a non-custodial parent but my child lives with me now. Can I change the child support...

      If the child is living with you on a temporary basis, you probably can't change your child support obligation. However, ...

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    • If an unmarried father is already paying support, is it necessary to establish paternity?

      If an unmarried father is already paying support, generally that means paternity has already been established. Sometimes ...

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    • If child support is not paid, must visitation be allowed in Florida?

      The obligation of child support and the obligation to ensure visitation are two independent obligations in Florida. If a ...

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    • If I get joint custody time sharing, will I still have to pay child support in Florida?

      If you get joint custody and time sharing in Florida, you still may have to pay child support. This depends on the ...

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    • If the other parent will not allow me to see my children, do I have to pay child support?

      Yes. If the other parent will not let you see your children, you still have to pay child support in Florida. The ...

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    • My child is about to turn 18 but is still in high school living at home. Can I still get support

      Generally child support ends when a child turns 18, however child support can be extended if the child is in high school ...

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    • My child support is more than 50 percent of my take-home pay. Is this legal in Florida?

      Yes this can be legal in Florida depending on your circumstances. For instances, if you have another spouse or dependent ...

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    • My ex spouse wants me to share half of school expenses, clothes, supplies, etc. Isn't that...

      If there is no court order requiring you to share in such expenses, you don't have to. However, child support usually ...

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    • My ex spouse lost their job and stopped paying child support, what do I do?

      The first thing you should do is talk to your ex-spouse to determine if you can come to an agreement as to how the child ...

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    • What does it mean to be in default of a child support order and what happens if I am in default?

      Generally, being in default of a child support obligation means you haven't paid your child support. If the court ...

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    • What happens when the non-custodial parent has money to pay child support but still will not pay

      When your ex-spouse has money to pay child support but refused to pay, you can take your ex-spouse to court by filing a ...

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    • What if I need child support while the divorce is still in process in Florida?

      If you need child support during dependency of a divorce case in Florida you can either agree with the other party as to ...

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    • What is arrearage?

      Generally an arrearage means that a party owes back child support or back alimony. If you owe an arrearage for back ...

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    • Will the Florida court consider high living expenses such as loan payments and income taxes...

      Generally the court will look at the income of the parties minus their allowable deductions as set forth in the Florida ...

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