Florida Child Support Laws
Posted by MichealH Alexander on December 22nd, 2020
Florida Child Support Laws: It is vital for all families that they can sort out their family issues. Often times, these involve children – both timesharing (custody) and child support. During this unprecedented time of CoVid-19, child support concerns are coming from both sides. Do I still have to pay child support? Can I still receive child support? If you cannot resolve the issue on your own, then court or child support mediation may be necessary to enforce Florida Child Support. Broward County Divorce Mediation
For child support to be a legally enforceable obligation, a court must order the support (a Florida Child Support Order). Moreover, child support can be addressed through a few different legal proceedings. In Florida, it can be through a divorce proceeding if the parents are married. If the parents of a minor child were not in marriage at the time of the child’s birth, paternity must be legally established for the court to award child support.
Florida Establishing Paternity (Paternity case):
Guideline factors involved in calculating Florida child support obligations:-
Florida child support laws are generally the same in Broward County, Miami-Dade County, Palm Beach County are the same as is the rest of Florida as Florida law governs the issue. ; to see how we can protect your rights and those of your children during the divorce process.
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