Help during child support disputes

Becoming involved in child support disputes can be a trying experience for many Florida residents. In addition to the emotional stress, laws regarding support vary between states, and cases involving families that have recently relocated and divorced in Florida may be handled differently by the courts. However, working with a law firm that has experience in such cases might be able to help make proceeding easier on all of the involved parties.

The courts consider a number of factors when making decisions regarding child support. For example, the courts might examine the net income of both you and the other parent, payments toward the care of the child, health insurance expenses and the costs of education, which can include tuition for private schools. In addition, time-sharing agreements noted in a shared parenting plan might also affect support. Taking all these factors into account, our firm might help you avoid over paying or receiving too little, depending on your case.

Beyond initial judgments and determinations regarding support, we can also help you if you are seeking a modification to a standing agreement. If the circumstances for the child and the parents change, changes might also be made to support obligations. For example, if you house the child in your home more than 20 percent of the time, you might be able to have the support requirements reduced, and, in some cases, they may be eliminated.

Those who are interested in learning more about our ability to advocate your interests in disputes may want to visit the child support page on our website. If you work with our firm, we will strive to keep you informed of all the necessary information and relevant law that might affect your situation.

Source: Amy L. Beauchane, "Orlando Child Support Lawyer", August 28, 2014

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