Change Child Support, Custody & Visitation In Florida
by Joshue from Auburndale, Florida, Polk County
They have me paying child support and I have my son every other week (7 days). I support him during my week.
Child enforcement has mom as custodial parent what do I have to file to make all changes that are necessary.
Answer to Florida Child Custody Question
There is not enough information in your question to answer directly. There are several possibilities here.
Assuming you were not married, and the support order was placed by Child Support Enforcement, you can file using the Florida petition for paternity process.
Read the instructions to the Petition to Determine Paternity and for Related Relief form
and follow the procedures on this form. Also, have a look at our web-powered instructions page for the Florida Petition to Determine Paternity form
If the support order came from a final judgement of paternity, you can file using the supplemental petition to modify process. Download the Supplemental Petition to Modify Parenting Plan/Time-Sharing Schedule and Other Relief form 12.905(a)
, and follow the instructions on that form.
Or, download the Supplemental Petition for Modification of Child Support form 12.905(b)
and follow the instructions on that form. This is the court form you will probably want to file because you can establish custody, visitation and child support all in one filing.
Have a look at our web-powered instructions page for the Florida Supplemental Petition to Modify Parenting Plan form
. Also, have a look at our web-powered instructions page for the Florida Supplemental Petition to Modify Child Support form
There are many issues here that will require some legal advice. You should seek out legal advice from a Florida family lawyer before going forward with your filing. Notice:
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