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Monthly Archives: March 2020

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Rental Income and Child Support Payments

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Florida law establishes a complex set of guidelines for determining child support obligations. The key to these guidelines is looking at a parent’s gross income. Such income includes not just the parent’s normal salary or wages from their job, but also any self-employment or business earnings, as well as certain government benefits, such as… Read More »

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Understanding a Parent’s Obligations Under a “Shared Parental Responsibility” Custody Order

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Child custody can be broken down into two major subjects: physical custody and legal custody. Physical custody refers to which parent the child actually lives with on a day-to-day basis. Legal custody more broadly covers how the parents will exercise decision-making authority over critical issues affecting the child, such as: What school will the… Read More »

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Does the Length of My Marriage Matter When It Comes to Alimony?

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When it comes to alimony, Florida places significant weight on the duration of the parties’ marriage. State law divides marriages into three categories: marriages of less than 7 years are considered “short term”; marriages of between 7 and 17 years are considered “moderate term”; and marriages of 17 years or more are considered “long… Read More »

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Will a Court Alter Our Child’s Custody Arrangements If I Don’t Get Along with the Other Parent?

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Once a Florida court enters a final judgment with respect to child custody issues, also known as “parenting” and “time-sharing,” there is a heavy burden placed on either parent should they wish to later modify such orders. Essentially, the parent seeking modification needs to prove through “competent, substantial evidence” that there has been a… Read More »

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