When they are married, Florida couples typically share the responsibility of providing for and raising their children. If they are divorced, living in separate households may not be the only roadblock to them continuing to share this responsibility. However, the state of Florida holds that, with few exceptions, children should have frequent and continued contact with both of their parents after a divorce. To this end, state law specifies that the court may order shared parenting, or co-parenting.
Florida dads play an important role throughout their child’s life. For unwed fathers who wish to have a relationship with their child, but have split with the mother, it is challenging. At The Minaya Law Offices, PLLC, we have experience representing clients who want visitation rights or joint custody of their child.
Even the suspicion of infidelity can be enough to ruin a marriage. That’s why spouses want to get to the bottom of the issue as soon as possible, both for their well-being as well as that of their families. While the situation is not always cut and dry, Psychology Today recommends looking out for the following signs if you’re concerned your partner is being unfaithful.
Your divorce in Davie certainly does not end yours or your ex-spouse's obligations to continue to pay for the support of your children (no matter the circumstances of your custody arrangement). The expectation is, of course, that eventually your children will grow up and eventually be able to support themselves through their own gainful employment. The point at which that happens, however, may differ from case to case. Because of this, many often come to us here at The Minaya Law Offices, PLLC asking how long parents are expected to pay child support.