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What is the Average Child Support Payment in Orlando?

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Every parent in Orlando, and throughout all of Florida, is expected to financially support their children until a child turns 18 years old. Child support can be extended until a child’s 19th birthday if they turn 18 and are still in high school. During a divorce, the court will typically award child support to… Read More »

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Four Ways Child Support is Terminated

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After a divorce or separation that involves children, one parent is usually ordered by the court to pay child support. Child support is typically paid to the parent who spends the most amount of time with the child. It is intended to help cover the daily expenses and other costs of raising the child… Read More »

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What Does Child Support Cover in Orlando?

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When two people have a child together and later end the relationship, one parent is often required to pay child support. Child support is a very contentious issue in divorce and paternity matters and people who pay it may feel resentful for many years to come. Sometimes, they may argue that the recipient is… Read More »

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Common Myths About Child Support, And The Truth Behind Them

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Child support is one of the most misunderstood issues in divorce. These misunderstandings have caused many myths about child support to abound. Child support laws vary from state to state, and they are quite complex. The laws are also always changing, and all of these factors only contribute to the number of myths surrounding… Read More »

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Your Child Support Questions, Answered

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In Orlando, as throughout the rest of Florida, all parents are expected to support their children financially until they turn 18 years old or graduate high school. The obligation is not terminated in the event that the two parents get a divorce. During a divorce, parents can agree to a fair amount of child… Read More »

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Can You Increase Child Support Payments?

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The only constant in life is change, and this holds true for final divorce decrees, as well. The terms that make sense at the time of divorce may no longer be reasonable two, three, or ten years down the road. In the case of child support, the arrangements that worked even a few months… Read More »

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COVID-19 and Child Support Modifications

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Parents who share custody of their children in the Orlando area have many concerns about how the coronavirus pandemic and COVID-19 might impact their time-sharing schedules and other matters pertaining to childcare. For many parents, the pandemic has also resulted in significant job loss, and concerns about making child support payments. As you likely… Read More »

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Top Things to Know About Child Support

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If you are going through a divorce in Orlando and share minor children with your spouse, you should learn more about how child support works in Florida. In the state, Florida statutory law (Fla. Stat. § 61.30) governs most matters pertaining to child support for families in the Orlando area. We routinely assist parents… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions About Child Support in Florida

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If you are getting divorced and have minor children from your marriage, or if you are separating from a partner to whom you are not married but with whom you share minor children, you probably have a variety of questions about child support. Florida law (Fla. Stat. § 61.30) governs child support matters in… Read More »

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Five Ways to Enforce Child Support Obligations in Orange County

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In Florida, most residential parents count on child support money to provide a better standard of living for the children. But less than half of these obligees receive the full amount of support. When obligors fall behind, the state can technically take action to enforce the child support order. But overworked government bureaucrats can… Read More »

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