Child support can be a complex and sensitive subject, especially if the two parties cannot come to an agreement. In the state of Florida, child support is determined by a formula which uses both parties incomes, time spent with child, medical insurance, and other child care costs. The court may also decide to assign retroactive child support, in which the court may decide to award child support for days the children's parents did not reside together, prior to their divorce.
Child support may also be modified if the circumstances surrounding the initial decision have changed. Our experienced team has worked on many such cases in the state of Florida and are ready to support you in pursuing your child’s right to child support.