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Free phone app may help parents with child support disputes


In today's world technology is at one's fingertips. Most people use their iPhones, iPads, and Android phones to routinely conduct various transactions such as checking their bank accounts, looking up and paying their bills, and more online. Furthermore, the availability of various free applications for phones helps not only the developer of application test its utility, gauge interest in the function of the application, but also allows people to try it out at no cost. Once such service, SupportPay may offer divorced and separated parents a way to understand the expenses of raising a child, and possibly to resolve their child support disputes.

Helpful tips for unmarried fathers, child support & custody


Typically, unwed Florida fathers trying to gain parental rights would be fighting an uphill battle. Doing so on one's own without proper knowledge may compound the problem, and make it much harder to get any real tangible results. Even though nothing beats having the knowledge and expertise of proficient legal counsel by one's side to help navigate the family law justice system, here are some tips that can help anyone trying to assert their rights as a parent.

Failure to pay child support may result in jail time


Many divorced and separated parents with minor children are aware that depending on the custodial arrangement, the non-custodial parent may be court-ordered to pay the custodial parent child support. Paying child support is not only in the best interest of the child involved, but it also lets the non-custodial parent share in the financial costs of raising a child. However, there are times when child support disputes between parents arise or the parent ordered to pay child support may be unable to make the payment due to a change in circumstances.

Father's rights: Florida father fights for custody of daughters

According to reports, a 28-year-old Tampa, Florida man who lost custody of his two daughters after being accused of child abuse in 2010 hopes to re-establish contact with them. The man who was acquitted of child abuse charges may be able to regain custody of his children since his now ex-wife is serving a three year prison sentence for shooting him in the back.

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