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Retired MLB player pursued for delinquent child support

In Florida, whether a parent is involved in a child's life or not, there are still legal requirements for the child's financial needs that must be met. If it is a person is ordered to pay to support the child and does not do so, there can be a charge of failure to pay child support and a whole host of problems. Of course, it is preferable that a parent pay child support willingly, but unfortunately, that does not always happen. Custodial parents who are pursuing a supporting parent for payment should make certain that they understand the steps they need to take with help from a qualified attorney.

Enforcement for delinquent child support payments

When there is an order for a parent to pay child support in Florida, it must be adhered to. Unfortunately, some parents do not make the payments when they are supposed to or fail to pay the full amount. Delinquent payments for child support is serious. The idea behind child support is to serve the best interests of the child. This is compromised when it is not done. When there is a failure to pay child support, the state will take certain actions to compel the parent to pay or to collect what is owed in other ways.

Common tax mistakes related to child support

After a divorce, it can be difficult to find one's new equilibrium, especially when it comes to financial matters. The separation of finances from an ex-spouse becomes even more complex when there are minor children in the marriage, too, because it creates shared obligations for both people in the dissolving union. Those obligations are often mediated by the court, which makes determinations about custody and child support in accordance with state law.

Understanding child support enforcement in Florida

If you are going through a divorce, you probably already have plenty of questions. That is natural-divorce is one of the biggest transitions that people can make in life, and it involves just as much change as marriage. If you have kids, one of the most important aspects of divorce and separation to understand is how child custody and child support works, especially when it comes to enforcing custody and support agreements.

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