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Seeing child support during the divorce process

When couples in Florida and elsewhere decide to start a family, they think about the joy this will bring them. The costs associated with raising a child do not begin to sink in until later. And it certainly sinks in when parents decide to part ways. Determining how to care for a child financially post-divorce can be a difficult decision to make. When a parent requests child support, this could initiate a dispute. However, this is an important family law issue to sort through in the divorce process.

Fights about money are never easy. They tend to be emotional and could be fueled with spite and anger. Nonetheless, it is a decision that revolves around the child and thereby should focus on the needs and best interests of the child. The attorneys at Cruz & Bano, P.A., understand that family law issues can be complex and emotional; thus, we are dedicated to helping divorcing parents in the Orlando area navigate this issue.

Child support is not about the parents. It is about ensuring that the financial wellbeing of a child is cared for and met post-divorce. A child support agreement can also indicate which parent is responsible for what. In some cases, almost everything is split down the middle, but one parent might have additional financial obligations such as health insurance and medical bills. In other situations, one parent might need to pay the other parent weekly or monthly in order to meet the ongoing financial needs of the child.

Our law firm can help you sort through all the details of your matter, helping you understand what factors are looked at and what the guidelines in the state say. This gives our clients a rational picture of what their child support obligations might look like.

To learn more, check out our law firm's child support website. Whether you are requesting child support or are being asked to make support payments, it is vital to understand what it means to have or receive this obligation. This could help you address future issues such as enforcement or modification or a current child support order as well.

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