Five Ways to Find Out if Your Spouse Is Hiding Assets

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If you are going through a Florida divorce and believe your spouse could be hiding assets, then it is important to not automatically assume your divorce attorney will look for hidden assets. You must be proactive in this situation.

Inform your divorce attorney that you suspect assets are being hidden. Never take your spouse’s word that they are not. Read More

Can You Modify Child Support Payments in Florida?

In Florida, child support payments are based on a variety of factors, including the income of both parents, any special expenses and how many nights the child spends with the paying parent. Since any of these factors can change, it could be possible that a modification of child support payments is in order.  Read More

What Happens When Your Ex Stops Making Child Support Payments?

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Each state in the United States determines how child support will be enforced, and Florida is no exception. Generally speaking, child support is determined by the courts and based on numerous factors, including the number of children involved, parenting time, and income. In the state of Florida, a supporting parent earning minimum wage must pay $74 in child support for one child. This is the minimum amount of child support that could be paid. Read More