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    Child Support Attorneys for Men in Gainesville, FL

     

    Providing Children With the Support They Need From Our Offices in Jacksonville, Fleming Island, Daytona Beach, Gainesville, Boca Raton, Tampa, Ft. Walton Beach, Pensacola, and Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

     

     
    As a proud, supportive father, you want to make sure you child has everything they could need. That’s why most men agree to help support their child after a divorce if they are the primary earner in the family and their spouse can’t support the child in the manner they are accustomed to.

    However, this process is sometimes abused and fathers are required to pay alimony even if they aren’t the primary earner. Compensation rates can also be unfair.

    Financial Changes and Hardships During and After Divorce

    Every dad wants their child to have what they need. That’s why child support payments are often perfectly acceptable and many dads agree to pay them without question.

    But after a divorce, a father’s financial situation may change and in some cases, the father’s financial situation is misunderstood or purposefully misconstrued to simply get more cash. Some parents even use the child as a pawn to get more money out of their spouse. That’s why we work diligently to make sure that fathers we represent pay what is fair and what they can truly afford to pay.

    Promoting a Healthy Father-Child Relationship

    The worst cases we hear about in Gainesville and the state of Florida are the ones where parents use their child to get more money from their spouse during a divorce. As attorneys, that’s exactly what we want to help protect you from, even if you don’t think it could ever happen to you.

    It is also essential that you aren’t denied the right to see your child due to financial compensation issues.

    Experienced Representation Matters

    We work hard to provide top-notch representation to fathers and our men only policy ensures that we understand and help protect against the abuses fathers can come across in the court system. If you need legal support, please contact us right away to learn how we can help you.