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Does Child Support Cover Your Kid’s Extracurricular Activities?
Raising children is expensive enough considering the cost of food and housing. On top of that, extracurricular activities for children seem to grow as the kids do. Sports fees, music, and dance lessons, band, equipment, travel on the weekend to competitions, horseback riding, scouts, it all adds up. How does Florida view these activities… Read More »
Do I Have to Pay Child Support While My Child is in College?
College costs can be exorbitant. A growing number of college graduates have huge student loan burdens, and a shrinking number of parents are able to cover their children’s college expenses. This challenging situation becomes even more complex when you factor in child support. If you are going through a divorce or you have a… Read More »
How is Child Support Calculated in Florida?
The issue of child support is often one of extreme importance for divorcing spouses in Florida. To be sure, child support, which is payment from one spouse to the other for the support any shared children, is necessary to ensure their well-being. In the Sunshine State, Florida Statute 61.30 sets forth guidelines for how child support should be… Read More »