Broward Child Support & Child Custody
Florida Child Support Lawyer
In Florida, child support is determined by using guidelines and a formula, set by the State, to calculate the amount of support. This is different from spousal support (alimony), which is awarded at the discretion of the Judge. A critical element of determining the proper amount of support, is the information that is inputed into the formula.
There are a several important issues that must be considered and determined in the calculation of child support. We can properly assess those factors and make sure all of those factors are considered when calculating the amount of child support. Some of those factors include:
We represent parties in family law matters, including child support enforcement and Child Support and Alimony Modification issues, throughout Broward County and all of South Florida. If you need to discuss your child support issues with a Florida divorce attorney or if you are having difficulties or issues with a pre-arranged child support matter, please contact us today for a free initial consultation today.
Handling child custody and child support matters for clients living in Hallandale, Hollywood, Aventura, Fort Lauderdale, Miramar, Pembroke Pines, Weston, Davie, North Miami Beach, Dania Beach and all other cities in Dade and Broward County.
Florida Child Custody Law
Our mission when representing clients in child custody matters, is to work towards a fair outcome of your case while avoiding any unnecessary hardships. The focus of our efforts in child custody matters is how parental duties will be shared between you and your former spouse or partner.
Factors That Influence Child Custody
Florida courts will consider various factors when making the difficult decisions concerning the custody and access to children. Some of these considerations include:
Florida courts will generally order that parental responsibility be shared by both parents unless there is a circumstance which compels them to act otherwise.
When determining how your unique situation fits into Florida custody law it is important that you take into consideration such factors as your child's education, future financial needs and the care taking ability of each parent.
If you need to discuss child custody or visitation issues with a Florida divorce attorney or if you have difficulties or issues with a pre-arranged child custody matter, please contact us today for a free initial consultation.
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Contact us to find out how we can help you. You can contact us by phone at 954-458-8655 or by e-mail through this web site to schedule an appointment and learn more about your rights in a Broward County divorce. We offer a free initial telephone consultation.
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