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Category Archives: Family


When and Why Can Alimony Be Modified?

By O'Mara Law Group |

When going through a divorce, monetary payments that make up child and spousal support are calculated pursuant to a very specific algorithm contained within the Florida Statutes. There is always a consideration of child support for the custodial parent, and sometimes spousal support payments (alimony) to the former spouse. The calculation of alimony is… Read More »

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My Ex Isn’t Following Custody Orders – What Can I Do?

By O'Mara Law Group |

This isn’t an uncommon issue, unfortunately. One of the biggest issues that Florida courts see is disputes regarding time sharing. Some of the most common issues that arise when it comes to child custody include the following: Your ex is regularly picking up and returning the child later than the court ordered time. Your… Read More »

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Factors Determining Child Support Payments in Florida

By O'Mara Law Group |

In Florida, paying child support is not an option if minor children are involved in a divorce. Child support is meant to pay the essential needs of a child such as food, shelter, utilities, and more. The parent with primary residential custody is typically the parent awarded child support, which leaves the paying parent… Read More »

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What Happens If I Fail to Pay Court Ordered Child Support?

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Child support are payments the court orders that the noncustodial parent pays. The money is then assigned to assist the custodial parent with the costs of bringing up the child. If a noncustodial parent neglects or fails to make payments, then each state has laws directing how child support orders will be enforced. Florida’s… Read More »

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Florida Divorce and Grandparents’ Rights

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Southgate, Florida, holds the dubious honor of the highest divorce rate in the state, at just over twenty-two percent (22%). By contrast, the divorce rate in the United States as a whole is just under eleven percent (11%). Divorce impacts not only the relationships between children and their parents, but also siblings, grandparents, aunts,… Read More »

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