FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | DIVORCE ATTORNEY FORT MYERS It depends. Yes, you can still get child support if you can meet the exceptions to it. That exception will be is if your child has a reasonable expectation to graduate high school before they turn 19 and also if they are performing in good…

DIVORCE ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY FORT MYERS Yes, the children must be covered by health insurance and the parents can be in agreement which parents will be paying for such health insurance because in Florida, sometimes you can have the better paying job and your job may give you a big break…

FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY FORT MYERS You don’t necessarily have to absent a court order, but we encourage it. We encourage for you to maintain a good mutual relationship with your child’s parent. The reason for it is because if you are not on good terms, then that parents can then file petitions with the court…

CHILD CUSTODY ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | FAMILY LAWYER FORT MYERS Yes, you can and we encourage you to do so. What you must do is you can go to your local clerk of court and ask them for the payment record. What you may have to do is also pay a fee to obtain such…

CHILD SUPPORT LAWYER FORT MYERS | DIVORCE ATTORNEY FORT MYERS  Not necessarily. The way child support guideline is based is based on each party’s income. If your ex-spouse is voluntarily not working and is making no effort to seek employment, then the court may impute the median income for them. Once income is imputed, then…

CHILD VISITATION ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY FORT MYERS No, it is not. Race is one of the protected class, as well as religion. The court cannot take that into consideration when determining child support or visitation in Florida. For more information, please contact us to schedule your consultation. At the Guardian Law Firm,…

CHILD CUSTODY/TIMESHARING ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | FORT MYERS DIVORCE LAWYER Yes, yes, and yes. We highly encourage settling all matters at mediation because at mediation what you’re essentially doing is that, both parties are in agreement with the settlement. If you take it to trial, then you are asking the judge to make that determination…

CHILD CUSTODY ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY FORT MYERS No, it’s not. It’s not one of the factors listed in chapter 61.13, but chapter 61.13 does have a catch off phrase where the court can do anything that they see is in the best interest of the child. Typically if you’re now married,…

CHILD SUPPORT ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY FORT MYERS Child support terminates automatically in Florida once the child turns 18. The only time where it is not terminated once a child turns 18 is if the child has a reasonable expectation of graduating before their 19th birthday and they are performing in good…

FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | DIVORCE ATTORNEY FORT MYERS No, child support and alimony are not the same. Child support is your financial obligation to the child, And alimony is your financial obligation to your ex-spouse. For more information, please contact us to schedule your consultation. At the Guardian Law Firm, we believe in the…

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