Analysis of the Child Support Of Florida


If you are a parent about to get a divorce, Florida’s Child Support Guidelines take the mystery out of “how” child support is calculated. What follows is a simplified explanation meant as an overview and not an exhaustive treatment on calculating child support; it may provide you a starting point in becoming informed about the issue.

Child support in Florida is established in Section 61.30, of the Florida Statutes. The Statute provides a framework, or Guidelines, to determine the financial obligation each parent has to their child or children. First, it provides a formula for arriving at your gross income by providing a list of what income will be taken into account. It also provides a list of acceptable deductions from that income. The result is your net income for purposes of child support. The calculation is performed on both parents’ income.

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