FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Will I have to pay child support if I get joint custody and the parenting time is equal?
Will the Court order me to pay alimony to my former spouse?
Does the Court consider the length of a marriage when deciding alimony?
What factors will the Court consider when establishing a parenting plan?
Will I have to share my retirement account with my spouse after divorce?
Can I get my spouse to pay my legal fees and costs?
Will I be liable for my spouse’s credit card debt and student loans after divorce?
What is mediation, and should I use mediation in my family law case?
How will child care expenses be divided after the divorce?
Can I stop paying child support if my former spouse violates the parenting plan and does not allow me to see my children?
When will the State issue a Stop-Work Order against my company?
How much will I have to pay as a penalty from my Stop-Work Order?
How do I contest a Stop-Work Order and/or its corresponding penalty?
What time limitations are there for contesting my Stop-Work Order and/or corresponding penalty?
Can I negotiate a different penalty amount with the State?
Can my statements to the State’s investigator later be used against me?
How does the State of Florida calculate the penalty from my Stop-Work Order?
What is the difference between a subcontractor and an independent contractor?
Am I responsible for providing workers’ compensation insurance for my subcontractors in addition to my employees?
Are workers’ compensation insurance compliance laws different for construction and non-construction businesses?