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How Child Support Works In Fort Lauderdale

Child support is not optional and is strictly enforced in Florida, as child support is a child’s right. If you are seeking a divorce and anticipate a need for child support assistance, it is essential you find a Fort Lauderdale child support attorney who can make sure you obtain an accurate and fair child support payment.

At The Law Office of Gustavo E. Frances, P.A., I represent family law clients throughout Florida in their divorce and child support cases. Using my experience and strong advocacy skills, I am there for my clients every step of the way. If you want effective representation and results, contact me today.

Call toll-free at 954-533-2756 to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced Fort Lauderdale child support lawyer. My law office is located in Fort Lauderdale, but I also serve clients in Miami and Palm Beach.

Getting The Help You Need Under Florida Child Support Guidelines

Child support payments are determined under the Florida Child Support Guidelines. Having an appropriate child support attorney Fort Lauderdale can help make sure you are not paying more than necessary and receive the proper deductions. Likewise, I can help make sure you receive the correct amount. Regardless of whether you feel you are being underpaid or overpaid, I can help you. There are many “child support calculators” out there. However, I can help weed out any deductions and can discuss your particular circumstance with you.

In some cases, paternity is unknown. If you have been served with a paternity action or if you are a mother seeking to establish paternity, I can help you as well and make sure the proper legal procedures are taken. I also assist custodial parents with enforcement actions.

Obtaining A Modification Of Child Support

I help clients with initial child support matters as well as modifications. If either parent’s financial situation changes, a child support modification may be needed. Factors considered in both initial child support and modifications include the income of each parent, age of the child, financial needs of the child, and more. Generally, there must be a substantial change in circumstances in order to seek a child support modification.

Get Information About Setting Up And Enforcing Child Support

For more information about my family law services, including questions about divorce, establishing and enforcing child support, email my law firm or call me toll-free at 954-533-2756.

Contact Me For A Flat-Fee Divorce

For legal representation in any dissolution of marriage matter, please reach out to me online or call me toll free at 954-533-2756.

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