Category Archives: Modifications
Are Child Custody Orders Permanent In Florida?
As all parents know, things change. The needs of you, your child, and your family are not always the same as they were in years past. For divorced or separated parents who are subject to a child custody agreement or child custody order, changing circumstances can be especially challenging to navigate. This raises an… Read More »
Can I Get More Child Support If Ex Gets A New Job?
Following a divorce or separation, the parent with primary custody may be entitled to child support from their former partner. In Florida, there are basic guidelines in place to help determine how much child support a non-custodial parent must pay. Child support is based primarily on income. This raises an important question: Can you… Read More »
Can I Get a Child Custody Modification in Florida?
Parenting is complicated. A child custody order or child custody agreement that is currently in place may no longer be effective for you and your family. To account for life’s ever changing circumstances, Florida parents have the legal right to seek a custody modification. That being said, family courts in our state have no… Read More »