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Enforcing Your Florida Child Support Order

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

For many divorced or separated Floridians, collecting child support can be a difficult task. Fortunately, Florida law does contain several different methods of child support enforcement for parents who are owed receive child support, as well as serious repercussions for those parents who fail to comply with their support orders. The state of Florida… Read More »

Collecting Unpaid Child Support in Florida

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

The relationship just did not work out. You go to court, establish a custody arrangement and secure a court order for monthly child support payments. Unfortunately, the absent parent is not holding up his or her end of the financial bargain, leaving you with the challenge of raising your child with no monetary assistance…. Read More »

How Can I Enforce a Child Support Order?

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

If you were granted custody of your children after a divorce, there‚Äôs a good chance that your former spouse has been ordered to pay you a specified amount of child support each month. However, a child support order is not always enough to make a non-custodial parent pay up, and some parents may neglect… Read More »