When it comes to child support issues, a friendly co-parenting relationship can quickly become an acrimonious one. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for the parent who is ordered to pay child support to resent the amount or just the fact they have to pay the other parent. Are all parents required to pay child support? […]
Child Support Law Firm Child support is vital to ensuring that children of parents who are no longer in a relationship are provided with the comfort that they are accustomed. Child support helps to meet children’s needs when the non custodial parent makes monthly payments to help cover the cost of food, housing, educational expenses […]
When two parents are no longer together, they are still legally obligated to support their children. Even if the parents were never married, the law requires the parents provide for their offspring. In the majority of separated relationships, the mother will be deemed the custodial parent and the father will be deemed the noncustodial parent. […]
What Are the Notice and Due Process Requirements for Child Support-Related Civil Contempt Motions? When a party is ordered to pay child support by a Florida court, willful disobedience and failing to make child support payments can be grounds for contempt. The consequences for civil contempt can range from extensive fines to jail time, but […]
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