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Late Child Support Payments: Can I Ignore My Ex’s Visitation Request Because of Delinquency in Child Support or Alimony Payments?

Late Child Support

Late Child Support Payments: Can I Ignore My Ex’s Visitation Request Because of Delinquency in Child Support or Alimony Payments?

Late Child Support Payments & Visitation

We receive a lot of questions regarding Late Child Support Payments. One question that is frequently asked of us is “If  my ex-spouse is late with child support or alimony payments, can I legally refuse his/her request to see our child under Florida law?”

Under Florida Statute §61.13 (2014), when a noncustodial parent who is ordered to pay child support or alimony and who is awarded visitation rights fails to pay child support or alimony, the custodial parent shall not refuse to honor the noncustodial parent’s visitation rights. Similarly, when a custodial parent refuses to honor a noncustodial parent’s visitation rights, the noncustodial parent shall not fail to pay any ordered child support or alimony. There are other ways to ensure that a spouse that is delinquent in child custody or alimony payments pays.

Free Child Support Consultations

If you need to enforce an order for child support/alimonyMiami Divorce Attorney will be able to answer your questions. We offer free consultations and will let you know if we can help, or will point you to someone who can. Give the Law Offices of Jeffrey Alan Aenlle, PA a call at 786.309.8588.

 


 

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