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Housing concerns after a divorce

A marital residence is typically the biggest asset a married couple owns. Therefore, figuring out what to do with a home is often one of the most difficult parts of a divorce. Florida residents may wish to keep a home or buy a new one with funds from the equitable distribution of joint assets.

Changing child support orders

Florida parents who are bound by an existing child support order may find that a change in their circumstances may require that the order be modified. To receive more child support, or to be able to pay less child support, parents can either come to an agreement on their own or have a judge to decide.

About child custody exchanges

Florida parents who are going through a divorce and who have minor children will have to come to an accordregarding child custody and visitation. If they do not, a court will make the determination. Regardless of how it is done, there will be some form of an agreement that details when, where and how the exchange of a child will occur. The actual custody exchange takes place every time a child is transferred from the physical custody of one parent to the other.

Undocumented workers often short of child custody options

Immigrant communities in Florida and around the country have become increasingly anxious. President Trump vowed to deport millions of illegal aliens during a contentious election campaign, and many undocumented workers are taking him at his word. Advocacy groups in various parts of the country are holding workshops that provide immigrant workers with legal and financial advice, and they are commonly approached by parents who want to put contingency plans for their children into place.

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