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  • Does Child Support Always Stop When Your Child Turns 18?
    Does Child Support Always Stop When Your Child Turns 18?

    While it is mainly true that child support ends when a child turns 18 years old, this is not always the case. There are certain circumstances that can extend the length of child support. Child Support ...

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  • What Happens When You Stop Making Child Support Payments in Florida?
    What Happens When You Stop Making Child Support Payments in Florida?

    Each U.S. state dictates how child support should be enforced. Child support is usually ordered by the court to be paid by the parent that does not have physical custody to the one that does. This ...

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  • Key Differences Between Spousal Support and Child Support
    Key Differences Between Spousal Support and Child Support

    A divorce is a terribly difficult thing to go through. It involves a great deal of stress and strain. If you are going through a divorce, you have every right to be angry, sad, disappointed, and ...

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  • Establishing and Calculating Child Support Payments in Florida
    Establishing and Calculating Child Support Payments in Florida

    The end of a marriage is a painful and difficult time. Things can be made even worse if there are children involved. Divorces can be bitter, painful, difficult, and expensive; or, they can be ...

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  • Managing Divorce and Co-Parenting During the Holidays
    Managing Divorce and Co-Parenting During the Holidays

    Dealing with the issues that come along with divorce and co-parenting can be very difficult, especially during the holidays. Often times, these set of circumstances inevitably bring about hard times ...

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  • Steps in the Child Custody Mediation Process
    Steps in the Child Custody Mediation Process

    When going through a divorce, who gets custody of the children can turn into a heated debate among divorcing spouses. A long, drawn-out child custody battle can negatively impact the children ...

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