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Determining when child support ends

Some parents in Florida may be interested in learning about child support obligations and the factors that might affect how long such payments last. Understanding when the obligations might end may be beneficial for both parties. The parent who is receiving such payments may be able to take steps to prepare for the loss of income when the support order ends, and the parent who is paying the money might be able to prepare the necessary evidence for ending the order.

What child support may be used for in Florida

Contrary to a popular misconception, child support is not designed in order to just meet a child's most basic necessities. Although these types of expenses are certainly included, the child support guidelines consider a broad range of expenses for children. Child support amounts are set in order to help pay for this broad range.

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.

Baseball player embroiled in child support dispute


Baseball fans in Florida familiar with 32-year-old outfielder Carl Crawford may have heard that recently the mother of his two children filed child support increase paperwork in court. She is seeking a $10,000 increase in the monthly child support payments she currently receives.

Child support going unpaid in Florida


As people look forward to the New Year, most hope for change and a better future for not only themselves but also their children. However, for some, particularly those embattled in the child support and custody issues, the challenges 2013 presented may trickle into the New Year.

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.

Rapper to faces jail time for failing to pay child support

Disputes surrounding child custody and support can arise between parents anytime for a variety of reasons, and can affect people from all walks for life. Florida residents familiar with rapper Chief Keef will find it interesting to learn that according to reports, recently the 18-year-old rapper was held in contempt of court for failure to make child support payments.

Options for parents seeking a child support modification


When parents divorce, child support payments help the custodial parent manage a child's everyday expenses, as well as costs related to education, childcare and medical expenses. Failure to pay child support in accordance with an order may result in garnishment of one's wages, withholding of tax refunds, suspension of one's driver's license, impact on occupational licenses and in some cases jail time.

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