Time counts in child support and child custody matters

On behalf of Furr & Cohen, P.A. posted in Child Support on Friday, September 5, 2014.

Divorcing your spouse is a difficult prospect for some people, but when the situation involves children, the difficulty increases. For most parents, wanting to spend as much time with their child is a normal feeling, especially when the child is going through the traumatic experience of divorce. The child might not understand everything that is going on, but you know that dealing with parenting plans, child custody, child support and other similar issues is necessary. When it comes to that point, keeping your child’s best interests at heart and protecting and preserving your rights becomes necessary.

Parents in Florida who are in the midst of a child custody battle will have to deal with several issues as part of the battle. Because each decision made is going to affect your child, you have to take the steps necessary to ensure your child’s future remains stable. Understanding all the laws regarding child support, time sharing and other issues takes considerable time that you might not have.

One of the first things you can do when you are facing a child support and child custody battle is to understand the basic points you will have to deal with. Our website offers information about time sharing and parenting plans, as well as other issues that you might face.

Unfortunately, most parents don’t have the time to study all the laws that apply to their case. Because of that, having help to preserve your rights and protect your child’s interests becomes a top priority. Getting that help as early in the case as possible might give you the time you need to understand how to take care of the basic components of a child custody and child support case.

Source: Furr & Cohen, P.A., “Boca Raton Child Support Attorneys” Sep. 03, 2014