Having Trouble Collecting Child Support From Your Ex-Spouse?

Having Trouble Collecting Child Support from Your Ex-Spouse

A key understanding in all divorce cases that involve children is both parents have an ongoing obligation to support their children.

Divorce or separation does not negate or minimize the level of obligation to support and properly care for the children.

The court’s primary goal is to establish post-divorce custody orders that are in the best interest of the child. In most cases, one parent receives custody of the child the majority of the time, as opposed to equal time.

To help that parent, the court orders the other parent to pay child support. The amount is usually based on the income of both parents and is made in light of what will be in the best interest of the children. Child Support  guidelines created by state law help arrive at the amount the other parent must pay. But what do you do if the other parent fails to pay you the required amount? read more

When And How To Modify Child Support in Florida

modification child supportThere are many situations under which agreed upon or mandated Child Support arrangements may require modification. In fact, child support modification is one of the most common concerns many people face post-divorce as they navigate life as single parents.

In order to best understand circumstances  leading to modifying child support, visit our website to learn more about  the factors determining Florida Child Support. In Florida, a court will issue a child support order outlining what parents must do to adequately support and care for their children. This court order makes clear the financial responsibilities each parent must meet for their children’s housing, food, education, health care and other living expenses. read more