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Can I Avoid Paying Florida Child Support?

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

If you have children and you are in the process of getting a divorce, one of your main concerns will likely be the issue of child support. Generally, Florida requires all parents to contribute to the maintenance of their children, and gives the custodial parent a lot of options to force payment if the… Read More »

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Child Support Past 18 In Florida

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

In the strong majority of cases, paying child support in Florida will end when your child reaches the age of 18. However, there are situations in which this is not the case, especially if your child support order does not have an end date. If you are concerned about the possibility of having to… Read More »

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Changing Your Florida Child Support Payment

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

In a divorce, most of the rights and property being decided and divided belong to the two spouses. However, the one right that is only granted to the child or children in the divorce is the right of support. Child support will be granted in any divorce where the spouses have children, but the… Read More »

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The Nature of Florida Child Support

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

The average person tends to labor under the misapprehension that when a custodial parent is receiving child support, that support money should only ever be used to cover a child’s bare minimum needs – food, clothing, and shelter. However, a child does not generally thrive when only their basic needs are being met; they… Read More »

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Irregularities In Florida Child Support

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

Florida’s child support guidelines lay out a specific procedure to follow so that each parent pays only what they can afford. However, it is sadly not uncommon for a noncustodial parent to try and subvert the guidelines or otherwise get out of paying their rightful support obligation, and it can very often take an… Read More »

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What Is Retroactive Child Support?

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

Child support is a hotly debated issue in many Florida divorces, and it can get even worse if retroactive child support is brought into the equation. Florida does allow for retroactive child support, but the concept is very confusing to many people, who may not be aware that they are on the proverbial hook… Read More »

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Child Support In High-Income Families

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

Every child is entitled to support from their parents, even if those parents are divorced. However, in high-income families, there will often be disputes about amounts, especially if there is income inequality between the spouses. The normal child support guidelines are not always appropriate in high-income families, and it is usually up to the… Read More »

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What Is Imputed Income?

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

Child support is a right owed to every child from their parents. If the parents choose to divorce, the court will usually assign a certain amount of child support to be paid each month, from the noncustodial parent to the custodial parent (in trust for the child). However, sometimes the noncustodial parent will try… Read More »

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Sudden Changes To Child Support

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

When people with children get divorced, they must make provision for child support in all but the most rare circumstances. It is possible, over time, to modify a support agreement, though, especially if a significant or sudden change occurs in your life or in the life of your child or children. If a change… Read More »

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Support for a Disabled Child

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

A parent has a duty to provide for their children. While normally the duty of support stops at the age of 18, this is not the case if your child is disabled. Florida law establishes a duty of support owed by a parent to their child or children, and one of the only situations… Read More »

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