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    Grant J. Gisondo, P.A. – Family Law Attorney

    Child Support

    Grant J. Gisondo, P.A. > Child Support (Page 6)

    Modification of a Final Judgment as Related to Child Support

    First, let’s a look at the terms final judgment and child support: Final Judgment: This is the finished document signed by the presiding judge overseeing a couple’s dissolution of marriage. It will contain the ways in which each spouse will govern their obligations to each other and to their children (if there are any). Each case is different and there are a myriad of items, which may be part of the final document, the issue of child support being one of them. This document can also be used to stipulate child support requirements for non-married couples whose union has produced children...

    All About Child Support Calculations

    Divorce or the severing of a relationship where a child or children have resulted, is rarely easy or without dissension. One of the most frequently asked questions is how much child support monies will be awarded. This is a concern from both the standpoint of how much money one parent (this can be either the mother or the father and is usually the custodial parent) will receive and how much money the other parent (usually the non-custodial parent) will need to pay. In the state of Florida child support amounts are usually determined by factoring how many children are involved, how...

    Child Support: What really matters?

    Parents are legally duty-bound to provide support for their children and it is considered the right of the child to be fed, clothed, and safely cared for in a nurturing environment. While this supportive care is not always a reality, when there is a divorce or dispute with children involved, the rationale of child support is to make sure that at least the children’s basic needs like clothing, shelter and food are met. Environmental issues are also considered but under a different heading than child support. Medical care and health insurance are also in a category of their own. Every state...

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