Our Experienced Child Support Lawyer Explains Modifications
If you are a parent of a child, then you may have to pay child support after a divorce. Florida divorce courts base your monthly child support payments on your income, your former spouse’s income and your child’s necessary expenses, daycare costs, health insurance costs, and overnight timesharing. The court may determine your monthly child support payments based on your child’s health, necessary expenses, and special needs.
However, it is not uncommon for parents to be contemptuous of each other after the court determines monthly payments for child support. One parent may feel the amount is not sufficient for covering the child’s needs, while the other parent may feel the amount is too much.