Once Paternity has been established as a matter of law, you will need to start thinking about the Parenting Plan and Child Support. – Part 3 of 3.
If you have not established Paternity or a Parenting Plan, you should contact a family lawyer to help you with those and child support. In the meantime, check out parts 1 and 2 of this process on my blog, Custody Rights for the Unwed Father – Establishing Paternity and Custody Rights for the Unwed Father – Parenting Plan. Read More
How an unwed Father gets custody rights over his child born out of wedlock? Part 1 of 3.
In Florida, the mother automatically has legal custody of a child born out of wedlock. Naming the father on the birth certificate does not grant them any custody rights in the State of Florida. So, where does that leave the unwed father? Read More
Child Support and Child Support Modification in the state of Florida is a standardized process. All though it is best to hire a lawyer to navigate what can be a complicated process, there are a plethora of self-help resources to help you with standard child support proceedings. Importantly, this post only applies to cases where a child support order already exists. Read More
Florida Statute states: A determination of parental responsibility, a parenting plan, or a time-sharing schedule may not be modified without a showing of a substantial, material, and unanticipated change in circumstances and a determination that the modification of child custody is in the best interests of the child. Read More
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Being held in Contempt of Court is a place you never want to find yourself, especially in family law. So how do you avoid it? On the other side of things, how do you petition to have the other party held in contempt of court?