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Child Support Modification Due to Payer’s Incarceration

©William D. Slicker, 2012 Child support in Florida is based on the payer’s income, the payee’s income, and the number of children. In cases when a payer has voluntarily lowered his income, the courts have imputed a higher income to the payer. Cases dealing with situations in which the payer was incarcerated and sought to [...]

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Florida Family Law for Gay, Lesbian, Bi-Sexual and Transgender Persons

FLORIDA FAMILY LAW For Gay, Lesbian, Bi-Sexual and Transgender Persons                                           Copyrighted by William D. Slicker         In Florida, the biological parents of a child have primary rights to parental responsibility (custody) and time-sharing rights (visitation). For a same sex oriented person, this means that their rights to time with a child [...]

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