In Florida, Child Support is a fundamental right that belongs to every minor child.
Whether support is established through an administrative proceeding, paternity action, or divorce, it is important to retain the services of a knowledgeable family law child support attorney to understand your rights and obligations regarding the same.
In the state of Florida, the child support obligation of each parent is calculated using guidelines under Florida Statute § 61.30. In addition to the amounts set forth in the guidelines, other factors such as time-sharing, childcare expenses, and tax deductions will affect the amount of child support that either party may be ordered to pay. If you are in need of establishing child support, or ensuring that the calculations are done correctly, we are here to help.
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