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Category Archives: Child Support

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What Should I do if My Child Support Payments are Going to the Wrong Person?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Although not common, child support payments do get sent to the wrong person’s account. This can raise a host of difficulties for the parent who made the payment, as well as the recipient, so if you received notice that you are delinquent in paying child support, but you know that you made the payment… Read More »

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Are There any Valid Reasons for Failing to Pay Child Support?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Dividing assets, determining whether a party should pay alimony, and deciding who gets the family home can make the divorce process both complicated and emotional. Unfortunately, these issues are only compounded when a couple is unable to come to an agreement about child custody, or when one party refuses or is unable to pay… Read More »

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Does Child Support Cover Private School Tuition?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

When Florida courts award child support, they take a number of financial and personal factors into account, including a child’s educational needs. In certain situations, a parent can even be required to help pay for a private school education, so if you want to enroll your child in private school and have questions about… Read More »

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Child Custody Issues Faced by Unmarried Parents

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In Florida, just because a couple is unmarried does not mean that they are not required to come up with a custody or child support arrangement in the event of a separation. In fact, unmarried parents often face additional hurdles if the name of the child’s father is not on the birth certificate. In… Read More »

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Are There any Valid Reasons for Failing to Pay Child Support?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Some of the most difficult issues that parents must cope with when going through a divorce relate to child custody. Although courts favor ordering joint custody, which gives parents equal physical and legal custody of their children, this is not always possible. In these cases, the non-custodial parent is required to pay child support… Read More »

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Modifying a Child Support Order or Timesharing Agreement

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Before a divorce can be finalized, parties with children must come create a plan that accounts for child support, time sharing responsibilities, and alimony. However, as time goes on and children age, these orders may need to be modified to reflect a child’s preference, a remarriage, or the need to relocate for a new… Read More »

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Child Support Contempt Proceedings

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Following a divorce, the next hurdle that many individuals face is ensuring that they are receiving their child support payments on time. Unfortunately, missed child support payments and inaccuracies in payments are far more common than most people believe. Child support issues are some of the most common issues encountered in family law. Struggling… Read More »

How Military Service Can Affect Parenting Time And Child Support In the State of Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Military service and its impact on parenting time and child support is governed by Florida statute 61.13002. In the state of Florida, courts are limited in their ability to modify when a deployment or activation affects the service member’s ability to fulfill the parenting time requirements and rights in the original order. The courts… Read More »

One Perspective on Solving the Child Support Debt Crisis

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

An interesting article published by Pacific Standard magazine on July 17th takes a close look at how much debt is owed regarding child support payments in our country, and, much like student loan forgiveness, what types of innovative programs could be established to help pay off this debt more effectively to support American families…. Read More »

The International Treaty to Streamline Child Support Payments & Enforcement

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

What happens if one parent who owes money for child support moves abroad? The United States has spent years trying to address this very issue in the form of an international treaty aimed at making it easier to track these parents down. However, its implementation depends upon each U.S. state approving the details by… Read More »

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