Do I Have To Pay For Private School?

One of the questions that parents sometimes ask when we are working with them to determine child support or to negotiate a modification of a child support agreement, is whether or not they will be required to pay for private school. In many cases, no, you will not be required to pay for your child or children to attend private school. If your children are already going to private school and you can afford to continue sending them, then the judge will probably order that you continue paying for their private school education. The judge may be willing to consider other arrangements if you can demonstrate a clear reason why you should not be required to pay for your child's private school. A Jacksonville divorce attorney from our firm will be able to help you present your case and advocate on your behalf to help you achieve the outcome that is in your and your child's best interests.

Our firm is headed up by a Board Certified Jacksonville divorce attorney who has close to nearly 30 years experience handling family law and divorce cases. Each of our attorneys are highly-skilled at the art of negotiation and we do not shy away from aggressively litigating in court to defend our clients' rights. We understand the financial burden that expenses such as private school can have and that is why we are committed to working with you side-by-side to come up with an acceptable resolution that will still allow your child to maintain the lifestyle he or she enjoyed prior to the divorce. If you need help negotiating the terms of your child support payments or you need legal representation during divorce proceedings, call Charles E. Willmott, P.A. and schedule your initial consultation at once.

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