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Written by attorney Jennifer T Miller-Morse | Mar 7, 2018

2018 FLORIDA CHILD SUPPORT: IS IT TIME TO GO TO COURT?

Many Florida parents who have never been married wonder if they should go to court to get child support from the other parent. The short answer is yes – you need a court order to get child support in Florida. The problem is that once you go to court, you can open a “pandora’s box” of other issues that you may regret. Read on to understand some of the ramifications of filing a child support case in Florida.

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If you have questions about child support in Florida, contact Miller Morse Law.

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