Reducing or Suspending Child Support in Florida
Guiding Florida Residents Through Life’s Challenges
If you need help temporarily suspending your
child support as a result of a financial hardship related to the Coronavirus—or
any other hardship—call today. Under the leadership of
Attorney Conti Moore, our legal team is offering significantly reduced
rates for matters regarding the temporary
modification of a child support order due to unforeseen circumstances you played no
part in causing.
In Florida, a person may temporarily reduce or suspend their child support
obligations in cases that prevent them from complying with the terms of
a child support order, such as:
- Medical emergencies
- Unforeseen financial hardship
- Unexpected layoffs
Starting at as low a $500, plus a $50 filing fee for reopening your case,
we can help you obtain a modification for your divorce orders—particularly
those involving child support. We can also assist with permanently modifying
your child support obligations if there has been a
substantial change in circumstances as it relates to your income.
Consequences of Noncompliance
All parents owe a legal duty to provide adequate financial support for
their children. The State of Florida holds this duty in high regard to
help protect the safety and welfare of all children. As a result, any
person who unlawfully fails to honor their child support obligations may
face dire legal consequences.
Failure to pay child support in Florida can result in the following:
- Garnished wages and other intercepted income
- Suspensation or revocation of your driver’s license as well as any
business, professional, or recreational licenses
- Criminal fines for contempt of court
- Jail time for contempt of court
Do not wait for your driver’s license or professional license to
get suspended. The Department of Revenue may also proceed with contempt
proceedings if you miss a child support payment. Get ahead of this now,
and let us help you navigate through these unprecedented times.
Contact Conti Moore Law, PLLC to Learn More
You should not be unprepared when it comes to your child support obligations.
At , we understand the gravity and weight of the resulting stress
and financial hardship that the Coronavirus outbreak has caused. That
is why we are providing a reduced rate for our services as they relate
to reduction, suspension, or termination of child support payments during
these difficult times—whether temporarily or permanently. We are
dedicated to helping people get through this public health crisis and
the resulting economic and legal challenges.
Stress less and choose Moore now by calling (407) 315-2006 or contacting our office online to discuss your case.