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Saturday,
November 10, 2018.
posted in Child Support

The Opioid Epidemic Plagues Child Support

In Florida and around the country, the population is facing a major opioid problem. For many, the path to addiction starts with painkillers prescribed by doctors then leads to heroin. For others, addiction has been a part of their lives for a while. The problem is a growing one for the state of Florida. We...

Friday,
November 02, 2018.
posted in Child Support

He Owes $4.2 Million In Child Support

His name is David Lawrence Adams and he has been called the “most wanted deadbeat parent” by the US Department of Health and Human Services. Upon his divorce in 1994, Adams, a cardiologist in Florida at the time, was ordered to pay $2,500 a month in child support payments. He repeatedly refused to make those...

Thursday,
April 26, 2018.
posted in Child Support

Retroactive Child Support: How To Claim Child Support After Divorce And Before The Court Order

It can be very frustrating when your ex-spouse fails to make child support payments in time. But Florida law along with a Fort Lauderdale child support attorney can help you get those unpaid child support payments retroactively. Here is all you need to know about retroactive child support in Florida. Florida laws require both parents...

Thursday,
April 19, 2018.
posted in Child Support

Disappearing Fort Lauderdale Paddleboarder Owes $500,000 in Missed Child Support Payments

As a non-resident divorced parent, child support must be paid, and failure to meet this obligation is taken very seriously by Florida courts. However, this does not stop numerous parents from attempting to avoid their responsibility to provide for their child by refusing to pay the child support the owe. Take, for example, the paddleboarder...

Thursday,
March 29, 2018.
posted in Child Support

How to Decode Florida Child Custody Laws, And What Are the Biggest Legal Issues?

Florida child custody laws may be difficult to understand not only because they were written in legalese, but also because these laws do not really work in the way it was intended. If you are not represented by a Fort Lauderdale child support attorney, you may want to learn what legal issues may arise during...

Thursday,
March 22, 2018.
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Creative Ways Parents Use Child Support Payments Each Year

Those of us who are “seasoned” have vivid memories of sitting quietly at tainted wooden desks in some backwoods classroom, armed with three methods of getting an education – teacher, chalkboard, and a textbook. We read about foreign lands in our geography books; we were called upon to do tricky mathematical equations on the board....

Friday,
March 16, 2018.
posted in Child Support

Linking Child Support To Visitation May Fix Broken System

In American culture, kids’ level of exposure to noncustodial parents remains isolated from one’s responsibility to financially support children. This alone suggests that the principal role of the noncustodial parent is monetarily focused. Activists cite the lack of legislative intention to advance the personal relationship between the child and the non-resident parent (typically fathers), drawing...

Thursday,
March 08, 2018.
posted in Child Support

Are Florida Child Support Enforcement Tactics Ethical?

Although Florida’s Department of Revenue employs numerous individuals in their Child Support Program department, most employees would agree that enforcing orders is borderline childish. Once two people bring life into this world, they’re both responsible for this child’s financial needs. Therefore, following parents around and smacking their hands when they fail to support their children...

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