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What You Need to Know About Retroactive Child Support in Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

Depending on the financial circumstances involved, a custodial parent may be entitled to receive child support payments from the non-custodial parent. To enforce their legal rights and get the full financial support that is owed, custodial parents will need to obtain a child support order from a Florida family law court. When that order… Read More »

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Can I Get a Child Support Order If I Am Still Married?

By Steve W. Marsee |

When most Florida residents think of child support cases, they picture one of the following two scenarios: A couple gets divorced, and the spouse with primary custody receives child support payments from their former partner; or A couple was never married, and the parent who has primary custody receives child support payments from the… Read More »

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When Can Florida Courts Deviate from the Child Support Guidelines?

By Steve W. Marsee |

The state of Florida has established official guidelines for calculating child support payments. These guidelines are meant to establish a baseline for a child support award. As such, there is a general presumption that the guidelines will produce a figure that is fair to both parents and to the children. However, these guidelines are… Read More »

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Florida Child Support: Special Considerations for Cases Involving a High-Income Parent

By Steve W. Marsee |

Child support is an issue in many divorce and child custody cases. If you have minor children and you are getting divorced, or if you are going through a custody dispute, you need to understand how child support works. Your children must always be properly financially supported. At the same time, it is important… Read More »

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