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Florida Child Visitation Rights & Electronic Communication Florida Child Visitation Rights. Sometimes life events interferes with the quality of the  relationship that you would like to foster with your son or daughter. Be it that you had to move, your schedule at work is cumbersome or...

Modification Decrees & Delinquent Child Support Payments Sometimes people fall behind in alimony or child support payments. This is often due to a loss of employment, medical issues or other unforeseen events that result in changed economic circumstances for that person. Can the delinquent ex-spouse, in...

What is A Child's Primary Residence As we've mentioned in a prior post, the mother of the child does not automatically receive custody of the children in a Florida Divorce. Instead, the courts make the determination using the best interest of the child standard. Under Florida Statute...

Garnish Wages Does Your Ex-Spouse Owe You Back Child Support or Alimony? The State of Florida has laws that can help you enforce your rights. Did you know that Florida can actually garnish wages for child support? Under Florida Statute §61.12 (2014), the court may issue a continuing...

Has someone taken something of yours with permission, but failed to return it? Has someone tricked you into giving them something under False Pretenses? Have you performed a service for someone, but they refuse to pay? Sue Someone for Theft Sue Someone for Theft The State of Florida...

Alimony Awards Alimony Awards. In a proceeding for dissolution of marriage (divorce) filed in the state of Florida, the court may grant alimony to either party, the form of alimony award may be bridge-the-gap, rehabilitative, durational, or permanent in nature or any combination of these forms of...