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Six Costly Mistakes in Timesharing Child Custody Cases in Florida

When going through a divorce, the timesharing schedule (commonly referred to as custody schedule), is often a disputed and contentious topic. While there is no presumption of 50/50 custody or timesharing, most judges in Central Florida start with the notion that they want each parent to spend as much time as possible -...

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Child Support After the Age of Eighteen (18) in Florida

As a general rule, the legal duty of a parent to support his child ceases at the age of majority, which in the State of Florida is 18 years old. This is because a parent has no legal duty to continue to provide support to a child who has reached the age of majority, unless the trial court has made a finding of dependence pursuant to section 743.07(2), Florida Statutes, or the parties otherwise agree. However, child support may continue beyond the age of 18 years for a dependent person if: (1) the dependency is due to mental or physical...

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