Child support is something that many parents have to deal with when they aren't in a relationship with the child's other parent any longer. It is important that parents who have child custody orders that include child support remember to separate the two. This means not holding your child accountable for the other parent not paying child support or demanding that the child support order is followed. It can be difficult for parents to do this, but it is what is best for the child.
If child support is an issue in your child custody case, you do have options to deal with the problem. If you aren't able to pay child support as ordered, you can seek a modification from the court. If you aren't getting child support as ordered by the court, you can seek the court's help to get the payments.
You know that your child needs financial support from both parents. It is also important that the parent who pays the support is also able to take care of himself or herself. This is a fine line that must be balanced in an appropriate manner. We can help you to understand what Florida laws apply to your child support case so that you can make informed decisions about how to handle situations that come up.
We know that child support issues aren't ever pleasant to deal with. These issues can easily come between you and your child. You must do your best not to let that happen. We are here to help you learn about the options that you have to handle any child support issue.