On behalf of The Law Office of Gustavo E. Frances, P.A.
Breaking up sometimes happens as naturally as when you first got to together. As tough as it is to accept the new reality for yourself, it doesn’t take a genius to see that this acceptance will be hard on your children.
When couples divorce, they either have a smooth transition or a rocky one. More often than not it is rocky which is why you need to reach out to a child support specialist attorney. Our Child Support Attorneys at The Law Office of Gustavo E. Frances in Ft Lauderdale can help your family navigate this new space. From mitigating timing to see your child and how much is paid for child support, our experienced child support attorneys have the wisdom and resources to ensure that you are comfortable with what is happening between your partner and the children you had together.
Here are a two issues that our Child Support Attorneys can help you navigate in order to get he best outcome:
- Dealing with PaternityPaternity doesn’t mean the father. In the state of Florida, it is assumed that when a woman gives birth, the man who impregnated her is the father. In order for single women to obtain their child support from the men who impregnated them, they must establish paternity. Our Child Support Attorneys can help ensure that the child is getting support from the father as well as the main care taker, the mother.
However, our child support attorneys also understand that sometimes fathers need to disestablish paternity. Our Child Support attorneys can also help with this situation.
- Time SharingThe state of Florida deals with so many divorces that the statistic contributes to Florida being one of the most stressed out states in the country. On a scale of 1 to 25, 1 being the most stressed and 25 being the least stressed, Florida’s divorce rate was labeled at a 3. This is very stressful. If the state is feeling the stress then we know that the children of divorce must be feeling the stress too.
Our Child Support Attorneys want what is best for your children. The state of Florida has strict guidelines to ensure that the right amount of time is spent between children and parents. The state looks beyond your finances. You can have all the money in the world, but if you don’t evidence of healthy relationships or good manners with your children, then you can be in danger of not seeing your children as much as you may want to.
Where Do I Start?
If you are feeling overwhelmed about divorce and child support do not hesitate to call 954-533-2756 or click here. Our Child Support Attorneys are well versed in the child support court system. We want what is best for you and your children because we understand the complexity and emotional stress that comes at times such as these. Our Child Support Attorneys are here to help, not to judge. We promise to invest in you if you choose to invest in us.