When one parent has a child a “substantial amount of time” and the other parent does not, that other parent owes child support. Florida uses a chart called the Florida Child Support Guidelines to help figure this amount out. Other factors, such as special needs of the child, medical expenses, insurance, and schooling can also factor into this amount.
Here at the John Roberts Law Firm, I can help make sure that you are either paying the correct amount or receiving the correct amount. I will also make sure all the other factors are taken into account so that your child or children are properly cared for.
Contact the John Roberts Law Firm today to schedule an initial consultation.