Make sure your children get the support they need after a Divorce.
Divorce is hard on everyone involved, but it can be especially difficult for children. Not only do they have to work through emotions they may not understand, but they also may have to adapt to significantly different financial circumstances than they’re used to.
Child Support Guidelines differ from state to state, and Florida’s differ in significant ways from those in many other states. After a Divorce, both parents are required to provide support to any dependent children, whether that comes in the form of directly providing food and shelter or in the form of a monthly payment from the non-residential parent.
As your attorney, I will do everything possible to ensure that any Child Support payments are set at a reasonable level that is fair to you and your children. I have a long track record of helping my clients – regardless of whether they were awarded custody – find the best ways to ensure that their children are provided for after a Divorce. And I can do the same for you.
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