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Pursuing A Florida Child Support Increase

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

In Florida, child support payments are determined through a process of analyzing the combined incomes of both parents and following Florida Child Support Guidelines. When a divorce is finalized the child support amount is awarded, along with the duration of time that a person is responsible for making payments. But what if you believe… Read More »

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Florida Laws And Failure To Pay Child Support

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Child support payments are a way for a non-custodial parent to support the expenses of child rearing. Often the non-custodial parent is the father of the children, but there are fathers who are the custodial parent and receive child support. Child support payments are court ordered and must be paid. If a person wants… Read More »

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Safety Measures Adopted. Productivity Maintained. A message from attorney Bruce Rosenwater

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

While the courthouses may be closed during these difficult times, our firm remains fully committed to our clients and our cases. In order to protect the health of our staff and community, we are utilizing technology to enable our entire office to work remotely until further notice. This allows us to maintain the efficiency… Read More »

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Is Child Support Just for the Child?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

There are a lot of myths surrounding child support in the State of Florida. These include the belief that child support payments must entirely be spent on things relating to the children and that child support “automatically stops” once the child turns 18. Indeed, there are many folks out there that have a huge… Read More »

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LGBT Divorce and Child Custody

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

After the recognition of LGBT marriage across the United States in 2015, legal scholars and family law attorneys braced themselves for a new challenge: LGBT divorce. While LGBT couples have all the same rights and protections afforded by marriage, they also face unique challenges in one major area: Child custody. When an LGBT couple… Read More »

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