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Category Archives: Child Support


Answers To Questions About Child Support Amidst The Coronavirus Pandemic

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Child support payments help to ensure children are provided for in cases where parents are divorced or otherwise no longer living together. Typically, obtaining a child support order and making sure it is enforced through the courts is a fairly clear cut process. With the current situation surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, not only is… Read More »


Including Health Care Costs In Your Child Support

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Whether you are an unmarried parent or one going through a divorce, making sure any children from the relationship have what they need is a top priority. There are numerous factors to consider in child support proceedings. In addition to ensuring they are provided for in regards to food, clothing, shelter, and educational expenses,… Read More »


Five Frequently Asked Questions About Child Support

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Child support plays a crucial role in ensuring your child’s basic living costs are met and that they have what they need to be happy and healthy. By law, parents are required to provide support for their child and we help to ensure this obligation is met. The following are frequently asked questions we… Read More »


Obtaining Child Support for a Child With Disabilities

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

When parents divorce or are no longer living together, ensuring the child is provided for is a top priority. While this is vitally important for every child, it is particularly so in cases where there are disabilities. Children with impairments have special needs which are often costly to provide. As a result, there are… Read More »


How to Estimate the Amount of Child Support You May Be Entitled to

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

One of the most common questions our Fort Lauderdale child support attorney is asked by clients concerns how the court determines the amount. There are legal guidelines judges follow, as well as other factors that could influence child support totals in your case. Florida Child Support Payment Guidelines Guidelines for child support in Fort… Read More »


How to Get Child Support When the Other Parent Is Unemployed

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Having children is expensive and the costs tend to increase the older they get. If you are single or going through a divorce, it is important to take the steps needed to ensure the other parent pays their share. If they have quit their job or are otherwise unemployed, this can present a challenge… Read More »


If I or My Former Spouse Remarries, How Will It Impact My Child Support Order?

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Some people who go through a divorce shy away from relationships for a certain period of time whereas others almost immediately get involved with a new partner. Once your divorce becomes final, there is nothing to prevent you or your former spouse from getting married again. While remarriage does not erase the financial obligations… Read More »


Gathering Evidence in Your Child Support Case

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

When it comes to your children, as a parent your primary concern is making sure they are properly provided for. In addition to getting the love and nurturing they need, financial support is a major consideration. It can make a difference in terms of providing for their day to day needs, as well as… Read More »


Why You Need a Child Support Order (Even if the Other Parent Already Pays)

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Parents have an obligation and a duty to provide for their children. This is true whether you are a single parent or one going through a divorce. Getting a Florida child support order may seem like a time consuming and complex process, but we can help make it easier. The fact is it is… Read More »


Including College Costs as Part of a Child Support Agreement

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

When children are young, parents can end up spending large amounts of money on clothing, food, furniture, toys, and other items little ones want or need. For single parents and those going through a divorce, you want to ensure your child has every advantage, but providing for them on one income is a challenge…. Read More »