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What Is a Father’s Obligation for Child Support in a Paternity Case?

January 16, 2019

In Florida, as in all states, both parents are required by law to support their children financially—not just fathers. This responsibility is enforced until the child turns 18 years old. Neither party is able to waive child support—it is the child’s right to receive that support, not either custodial parent’s... View Article

What Are a Father’s Time Sharing Rights in a Paternity Case?

January 2, 2019

In Florida, divorce and family law courts determine whether parents should have shared parental responsibility or sole parental responsibility based on what is in the child’s best interest. Under a shared arrangement, both parents maintain the responsibility for raising the child and making major life decisions on the child’s behalf,... View Article

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You Can Petition to Modify Your Child Support Arrangement

October 28, 2018

If you’re having a difficult time making your child support payments or believe the payments you’re making are unfair for any reason, you do have the ability to work with your divorce lawyer in Miami, FL to petition to have that child support modified. But how do you do this?... View Article

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What to Know About Relocation and Child Custody

October 18, 2018

When parents get divorced, part of that divorce process involves determining child custody arrangements that are in the best interests of the child. These arrangements will include information about how the parents will split timesharing. Shared parental responsibility is generally awarded, unless it would not be in the best interest... View Article

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