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Children Over the Age of Eighteen and Child Support in Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

In Florida, child support obligations typically last until a child’s eighteenth birthday. As the Florida Supreme Court Case of Perla v. Perla made very clear, once a child turns eighteen, child support comes to an end. However, since that case was initially decided in 1952, the law has been refined. Today, child support still… Read More »

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Florida Man Ordered to Pay More than Six Figures in Child Support

By Steve W. Marsee |

Ft. Lauderdale resident Jeffrey Kingman, 51, was sentenced to five years probation by a U.S. District court earlier this month for failure to pay child support, according to a recent Bangor Daily News report. Kingman allegedly owed more than $100,000 in back payments. Last fall, Kingman waived a grand jury trial and instead pled… Read More »

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Florida Woman $24,000 Behind in Child Support

By Steve W. Marsee |

A Florida woman is facing prison time after she admitted to being more than $24,000 behind in child support payments for her two children. Kathleen Zweeres, 37, of Davenport was charged with four counts of nonsupport of dependents and she pled guilty last week to two of those charges. In exchange for the guilty… Read More »

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Florida Man Arrested after Failure to Pay $120,000 in Child Support

By Steve W. Marsee |

A man was arrested in Tampa last week on a federal charge that he failed to pay nearly $120,000 in child support to a woman in Maine over a period of ten years. Glen S. Caristinos, 48, of Safety Harbor has been charged with a Class E federal felony for failure to pay child… Read More »

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Protecting the Best Interests of Your Child in Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

Child custody laws vary from state to state. This lack of uniformity can be a source of confusion in matters of child custody when the parents of a child live in different states, or when one parent moves to a new state. Because of this, for those with an interest in the custody of… Read More »

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