July 2013 Archives

Former basketball player avoids jail time by paying child support

Most non-custodial parents in Florida are aware of the importance of one's obligation to pay child support in a timely manner. They are typically ordered to pay the custodial parent child support to help with expenses and costs associated with raising the child or children. However, what many may not realize is that there are potentially serious consequences of not paying court-ordered child support.

Florida child custody case to test jurisdiction

In a child custody case involving a Miccosukee woman and a non-tribal man, a Florida court has a set a hearing date to determine whether the state of Florida or the Miccosukee Indian reservation should preside over the child custody dispute between the parents.

Supreme Court rules against father in custody case

Disputes regarding child custody and parenting times can arise anytime between the custodial and non-custodial parent. However, most may not anticipate or experience the complexity which surrounded a child custody case involving an American Indian father and a non-Indian mother.

Father seeks custody of child

When it comes to children born to an unmarried couple, questions regarding paternity, DNA testing, child support and custody, visitation rights and more may arise. In general, where possible, it is in the best interest of the child to have on-going contact with both parents. However, in certain cases, such as those involving domestic abuse, drug abuse or sexual assault, contact with one or both parents may be detrimental to the well-being of the child.

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