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Types of Income Included in Florida Child Support

Florida child support is calculated by courts using all of your income or gross income. There are child support guidelines in Florida that parents can use to determine the amount of child support that they would be required to make pursuant to Florida Statute 61.30. Remember, that your gross income includes not just your salary or […]

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Parenting Plan for Complex Florida Divorce Cases – “Nesting”

If you are going through a divorce in Florida involving children, you will repeatedly hear the phrase: “in the best interest of the children,” or “parenting plan” over and over again. You will, likely, hear it from your attorney, from the opposing party or opposing attorney, and, even, from the judge assigned to your case. […]

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The Florida Divorce Process

Most people have heard divorce-related terms such as “child support,” “custody,” and “alimony,” but don’t fully understand what they mean or how they are determined. The lawyers at Lindsey Wilson will help you understand the Florida divorce process and the key issues relevant to you. First, a Florida divorce is legally called &#...