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Monthly Archives: October 2015

Getting Credit for Child Support Arrearage in Florida?

By DeVoe Law Firm |

A recent question came through about a Florida man who had been living with and supporting his child and her mother for several years after they had divorced. Along with the divorce, the mother was awarded a child support order. Though the couple reconciled for several years, the mother never terminated the child support… Read More »

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What are the Types of Alimony in Florida?

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In the state of Florida, there are many different types of alimony one can be awarded after the end of a marriage. These types of alimony are dependent on a variety of circumstances including financial statuses and the amount of time the marriage was upheld. Florida alimony types vary and are important to know… Read More »

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$90,000 of Overdue Child Support Lands Florida Man in Jail

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In mid-September, a Florida man pleaded guilty to owing over $90,000 in child support. He hadn’t made a single payment since 2012, at which time he already owed over $60,000 in Florida child support. He now faces up to two years in jail and a $250,000 fine. What’s more, in addition to the jail… Read More »

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Relocating a Child Under a Florida Time Sharing Agreement

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Child custody cases can be tough and confusing for everyone involved. In order to help ease some of that confusion, here is some information on what needs to occur in order to relocate a child in or after a child custody case in Florida. A New Set of Written Agreements In order for one… Read More »

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