Category Archives: Contempt Enforcement
How To Enforce An Alimony Order After A Florida Divorce
It is not uncommon for the dependent spouse to request alimony upon a Florida divorce. If the request for alimony is granted, the court will order the higher-earning spouse to make support payments to the other spouse while the divorce is pending and/or after the divorce is finalized. But what if your former spouse… Read More »
What To Do If My Ex-Spouse Is Not Using Visitation Time?
When a parenting plan details visitation time, both parties must adhere to the order. However, just because there is a custody order or parenting plan in place, it does not necessarily mean that both parties will follow it. But what if your former spouse fails or refuses to use visitation time or comply with… Read More »
What Evidence Do You Need in Your Child Support Case in Florida?
Child support is one of the most complicated and contentious issues in a divorce. The amount of child support is based on guidelines defined in the Florida Statutes Section 0061.30. Florida law provides that both parents, married or not, are obligated to support their children financially. While it may seem that there is not… Read More »