January 2013 Archives

Beyonce's former manager entangled in a child support dispute

Florida residents familiar with hip-hop scene may find it interesting to learn that star Beyonce's former manager, Matthew Knowles, is entangled in a child support dispute with his ex-wife. Knowles has one son and is currently paying child support. However, his ex-wife is requesting that a court increase the $12,000 monthly support payment she receives to an undisclosed amount. The main reason for the request according to his ex-wife is that they have not decided on a private school for their son.

Mother of murder suspect gets visitation with grandchild

The family of a Florida woman who was shot in front of her toddler recently learned learned that a court granted the paternal grandmother visitation rights. The family of the slain woman indicated that the accused had a long history of stalking and domestic abuse, and they were hoping to terminate his parental rights. The father of the toddler is facing first-degree murder charges and if convicted, could face the death penalty. The victim's family indicated that the woman wanted her sister to raise the raise toddler if something were to happen to her.

Child custody battle after NFL player's murder-suicide continues

It has been nearly a month after NFL player Jovan Belcher shot and killed his girlfriend and then himself. According to reports, their families are now embroiled in a child custody battle over the late couple's 4-month-old daughter.

Military service may impact child custody decisions

Military service men and women who serve our country here in the U.S. and abroad face a unique challenge when it comes to balancing their military careers and personal lives. Florida military personnel in the process of getting a divorce will find it interesting to learn that their military career and military life may impact how a judge determines child custody and support issues.

NFL star embroiled in a paternity and parenthood controversy

Florida football fans will find it interesting to learn that, according to reports, a woman seeking to establish former NFL star Hines Ward as the father of the woman's young daughter recently filed a complaint.

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