Child Support In Florida
An Assertive Attorney Dedicated To Your Child’s Well-Being
Our office strives to expeditiously handle all matters related to establishment of paternity, child support enforcement and modifications. Attorney Pamela M. Gordon, Esq., from the is a former assistant state attorney with the Miami Dade County State Attorney’s Office and spent over three years enforcing child support cases. She is tireless in her efforts to protect clients financially by going after nonpaying parents and seeing that children’s rights to support from noncustodial parents are protected. She also works tirelessly to protect fathers’ rights in paternity and child support matters. At the , we help parents:
- Understand child support guidelines
- Negotiate child support through mediation
- Litigate child support issues
- Enforce child support orders
- Modify child support orders
Child Support Guidelines
Florida law has established general child support guidelines. At the , we strive to achieve the best possible financial solutions within the framework of these guidelines. We will work to structure child support receipt or payment arrangements that best suit your needs and your children’s needs.
Child Support Settlements Through Mediation
The structured process of mediation provides an opportunity for parents to put aside their differences and focus on something about which they likely agree — their children’s well-being. At the , we carefully guide the mediation process toward the most equitable solutions that serve the needs of the children.
Sometimes trial is necessary to obtain the financial support your child deserves. At the , we will meticulously prepare for litigation and zealously fight for your child’s right to a financially stable upbringing.
Enforcement Of Child Support
Both parents share the responsibility of raising their child. When your former spouse tries to evade crucial financial obligations, the can compel the enforcement of your child support order.
Modification Of Child Support
A lost job or serious injury can render you unable to pay your child support, yet you are required to pay the full amount until the court modifies your order. At the , we will work expeditiously in an attempt to obtain a modification of your child support so that your payments are more fairly distributed.