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Adult Dependent Children And Child Support

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Adult Dependent Children And Child Support

By The Lasky Law Firm |

In Florida, parties who have children and divorce have to consider child support.  Child support  is generally ordered through a child’s majority (age 18); however, if the child is still attending high school with a reasonable expectation of graduation on or before the child’s nineteenth birthday, then child support is extended to high school… Read More »

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Is It Advisable To Pay Child Support In Cash?

By The Lasky Law Firm |

It is each parent’s duty to support his or her child(ren) financially, and during a divorce, a formula is utilized which calculates the child support obligation for one of the parents considering all of the statutory factors such as incomes, timesharing, insurance costs, and other similar factors.  There are instances where parents have equal… Read More »

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Child Support In Florida: 5 Frequently Asked Questions

By The Lasky Law Firm |

If you are a parent who is about to get divorced, you probably have many questions concerning divorce-related issues on your mind right now. As a parent, one issue that is most likely raising questions in your mind is the issue of child support. Many people contact the Lasky Law Firm with questions about… Read More »

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Florida Child Support Modifications: Learn Some Basics

By The Lasky Law Firm |

One of the main concerns of divorcing parents is whether child support orders are modifiable. Fortunately, because Florida courts understand that changes, whether expected or not, happen in life, parents can petition the court for a child support modification. The party ordered by the court to pay child support and the one granted child… Read More »

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Adult Dependent Children

By The Lasky Law Firm |

In Florida, parties who have children and divorce have to consider child support. Child support is generally ordered through a child’s majority but it may be extended through high school graduation so long as the child is in high school, attending in good faith with a reasonable expectation of graduation on or before the… Read More »

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