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Representing You in a Child Support Enforcement & Contempt Case
To understand what action can be taken in your defense, consult with an experienced Tampa child support attorney as soon as possible. Family Law Attorney Nilo J. Sanchez can represent you in Hillsborough, Pasco or Pinellas County, FL.
Keep in mind that in contempt cases, the court must find that the parent was able to pay but refused to do so. In cases where the Florida Department of Revenue are representing the "obligee"
such as in Title IV-D cases, there are numerous measures that they can take if all other measures have been exhausted to collect and enforce child support:

Intercept/Seize Assets Driver/Hunting/Fishing License Suspension Vehicle and Vessel Registration Suspension Passport Denial Property Liens against houses, mobile homes, land, cars, watercraft and other items of value When a noncustodial parent fails to pay support, the court may issue an arrest warrant. The warrant is put on the statewide cr…
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Tampa Family Law Attorney on Required Mediation in Hillsborough County

In many counties in Florida, including family law cases that will be heard in Hillsborough County, Florida mediation is required in contested family law matters.  Mediation is offered though the County or the parties can agree on using private mediators.



Tampa Family Law Attorney Nilo J. Sanchez  Q & A Required Family Mediation



Why is Mediation Required in Divorces in Hillsborough County, Florida?
Mediation is a form of dispute resolution that provides the parties in a contested family law case to resolve their issues prior to going to court. Mediation is beneficial in many family law cases, especially if your attorney is a skilled negotiator. Mediation provides the parties with an opportunity to voice their concerns and to negotiate the terms of their divorce or other family law matter, such as in paternity cases where child support and time sharing matters will need to be resolved.
What Happens in Mediation?

First the clients will decide whether they will use a county mediator or a…

Tampa High Asset Divorce Attorney on Florida Asset Division

Tampa Divorce Attorney and Divorce Modifications

Tampa Divorce Attorney Nilo Sanchez & Associates on Modifications of Final Judgments
If the Florida courts have heard and rendered a final judgment on your divorce or dissolution of marriage, there are areas of your final judgment that can be modified with the courts. If you are wondering if any part of your divorce judgment is modifiable, please visit our websites: http://www.divorce-attorney-tampa.com
http://www.divorcelawyer-tampa.com/

For more information call the Tampa family law office of attorney Nilo Sanchez & Associates for a consultation. Phone: 813-879-4600
Alimony Modifications  - In Tampa Bay and in Florida, the Statutes with regards to alimony modifications requires that there be a significant change in circumstances. In order to modify alimony in Florida alimony is determined by the need of the person who is receiving the alimony coupled with the ability of the other party to pay alimony.  If you want to have your alimony increased, you or your attorney must be a…

TAMPA DIVORCE - PREMARITAL AGREEMENTS

Tampa Divorce Attorney on Premarital AgreementsPREMARITAL AGREEMENTS
A premarital agreement is a contract between prospective spouses made in contemplation of marriage that becomes effective upon marriage.
In a premarital agreement, the prospective spouses may contract with respect to the following:
1.The rights and obligations of each of the parties in any of the property of either or both of them whenever and wherever acquired or located; 2.The right to buy, sell, use, transfer, exchange, abandon, lease consume, expend, assign, create a security interest in, mortgage, encumber, dispose of, or otherwise manage and control property; 3.The disposition of property upon separation, marital dissolution, death, or the occurrence or nonoccurrence of any other event; 4.The creation, modification, waiver, or elimination of spousal support, (alimony); 5.The making of a will, trust, or other arrangement to carry out the terms of the parties’ agreement; 6.The ownership rights in and disposition of th…