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Getting to the end of a contentious divorce can be a relief to a Winter Park resident. After months of negotiations, hearings, reviews of evidence and other necessary legal steps a person may feel as though a huge burden has been lifted off of their shoulders once their divorce is finalized. For some, the legal end of a marriage may mean the end of dealing with a former partner. For others, negotiations about lingering martial issues may require divorced parties to work together again.

When determining child support, no shenanigans allowed

When it comes to divorce or paternity cases, child support is definitely an issue that brings up a lot of emotion. Although most parents do want to support their children financially, the devil is in the details. Many parents fear they won't receive enough -- or will pay too much.

How do courts calculate child support obligations?

Is determining child support obligations more difficult for unmarried parents? Our family law firm has helped both married and unmarried parents navigate their child support obligations under Florida law. Although the best interest of the child standard is constant, the procedures are slightly different.

How is child support calculated under Florida law?

Although child support obligations often arise in the context of a divorce, Florida law imposes this duty on any parent, regardless of marital status. Our Orlando law firm has helped parents in a variety of family situations to better understand their legal obligation.

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