Florida residents who are fans of the show 'Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" have probably heard the news about the star of the show Joseline Hernandez's pregnancy. She claims that co-star Stevie J is the father of her unborn child, but there are many skeptics who question the child's paternity. One of those is Stevie J himself.
Florida residents who are fans of the reality television show 'Bachelor in Paradise" may be interested in Amanda Stanton's child support and custody disputes. Since Stanton divorced her ex-husband Nick Buonfiglio in 2015, Buonfiglio has fought for lower child support payments and more time with his two daughters. Stanton has publicly accused her ex-husband of being unfaithful and leaving all of the childcare responsibilities to her during their marriage.
Florida residents may have heard that television host Jamel Bryant has refused to pay the legal bills of his child's mother. The costs are related to a custody and child support dispute the two are having, and a request was made on Aug. 22 to not have to cover those expenses. Bryant says that the child's mother has enough money to cover her own legal costs, and she has not yet submitted any documentation stating how much may be owed.
A Florida family might encounter stress as a child trains in a sport that offers a potential future in the Olympics. If divorce becomes a reality for such a family, the costs of continuing to facilitate that child's Olympic dream could be more challenging. Financially, there may be questions about responsibility for supporting this venture. Further, there could be challenges in accommodating visitation provisions within a parenting plan because of competition schedules.
Bankruptcy may be used to discharge a variety of debts. Usually, a child support obligation does not go away just because an individual files for it. In fact, filing for bankruptcy may not even offer individuals a stay on making current or future payments. It also does not provide individuals an ability to wipe away any past due payments that are owed to the child's other parent.
When Florida parents get divorced, one of them might have to pay child support. The obligor parent who makes these payments needs to be sure they are made in a timely manner, or it could have unexpected financial ramifications.
Typically, child support payments end when a child turns 18. However, this is not always the case, which means that both parents should understand how and when support payments may be terminated. In some cases, support may not end until a child reaches the age of 21, or it may be extended if the child has special needs or has not yet graduated from high school upon turning 18.
Florida parents who are paying or receiving child support might wonder if the amount can be changed. Under certain circumstances, either parent can request a modification to the child support order.
Florida fans of actor Charlie Sheen may know that he has two daughters by Denise Richards and two sons by Brooke Mueller. Now, the two mothers have joined to try to get the amount of child support Sheen pays them increased.
Florida fans of singer Chris Brown may be aware that he has been in a dispute with Nia Guzman, the mother of his daughter Royalty. Guzman is requesting that she be given more in child support. She previously lived in Texas, and when she was there, she asked for $15,000 per month. However, she was only awarded $2,500.