If it can be shown that the party who is obligated to pay child support purchased some non-essential item and did not pay child support, it could certainly constitute willful non-payment. Obviously a vacation to Disney or purchasing a Michael Kors purse are non-essential.
Helping Good People At Their Worst Times
Month: September 2014
I know the custody laws have changed but if I divorce, am I stuck with the 50/50 parenting time?
In 2008, Florida’s legislature revised its family law statutes to remove the presumption against an equal time share between parents and their children. There is no presumption for any specific time share anymore. The Court will look at each individual case and make a decision if the parties cannot come to an agreement. I must say that there are some…