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Power to Redirect Child Support Payments
Power to Redirect Child Support Payments

Florida law gives the court the authority to redirect child support payments to the person with whom the child resides. This means that if your child is living with a third party, such as a relative, the court can order that payments be directed to that person rather than ...

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