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How To Enforce Child Custody and Support Orders in a Florida Divorce Case

Like most states, Florida bases child custody and support off of the best interests of the child. They also have specific guidelines for child support. In most cases, Florida courts grant shared custody – referred to as “shared parental responsibility” but they may lean more to one parent or the other, especially if the child… Read more »

What Happens to the Foster Children When Their Caretaker’s Divorce?

When it comes to divorcing couples, those without children often only care about who gets the assets gained during their marriage, but for divorcing couples with children, their welfare will always come first. It is very much the same with divorcing couples who decided to foster children before the divorce. However, as fosters that are… Read more »

Enforcing Child Custody and Support Orders In Florida

When two parties get a divorce in Florida the court will enter a Judgment of Dissolution. If children are involved, a child custody and support order will be entered as well. The order will outline the legal rights and responsibilities of each parent and include language regarding time sharing division and the financial obligations of… Read more »

Get Expert Help From Your Child Support Lawyer in Boca Raton, Florida

When a family goes through a divorce, there’s a difficult period of transition. Suddenly, your children are uprooted, and they must adjust to their parents making separate households. One parent may remain in the family home and the other parent may find another living situation. Alternatively, both parents may establish new living arrangements. Changing household situations… Read more »

What You Need to Know About Termination of Parental Rights in Florida

Parenting is a right, but also a privilege revocable by the courts. Even though it is usually difficult to have your parental rights terminated due to Florida statutes, there are certain circumstances where removing them is permissible. Voluntary absolving of rights A parent is also able to give up his or her rights regarding the children. In… Read more »