“Nidia, Claudia and Heidi took over the reigns to close out the process and worked diligently with the local government agency in charge of adoptions in Jamaica, as well as the US Embassy there, to ensure that whatever they required was provided.”
Foreclosure Defense, Immigration, Small Business Bankruptcy
“This was a very difficult case where The Trustee wanted me to be responsible for two charges that had nothing to do with credit card debt and would have left me financially crippled and dependent on my family members to survive.”
“I am really glad I reached out to Nisha when I started considering divorce, In onoe conversation she helped me understand what to expect, which helped me make the decision to go forward.”
Florida law requires parents to support their children, thereby alleviating the state of the burden of providing for them. Child support funds the ongoing needs of children. However, when a parent did not provide child support in the past, custodial parents can petition the circuit court for child support from the noncustodial parent. Retroactive child support is a child support payment—furnished either in a lump sum or installments—that accounts for a child's past expenses. Retroactive child support differs from past due child support in that retroactive child support can apply without a court order. Retroactive child support issues can be complex. Therefore, you may want to consider hiring a skilled Fort Lauderdale family law attorney for further legal guidance on how child support cases are addressed in the state of Florida. Thankfully, Bacchus Law Firm is knowledgeable about child support laws in Florida and can help you to understand your legal rights.
“Isabelle was simply amazing- even if the file was from a different state, she took so many extra steps and managed to even retrieve some public documents from the court file so I can have the clear understanding of the situation!”