Florida Child Support Enforcement Attorney

Child Support in Florida is determined by many factors including the means of each parent, how many children are involved, and the amount of time each child spends with each parent.

Each Florida Divorce that involves children will deal with Child Custody and Child Support issues and the Florida guidelines will provide a general guidance for the amount of child support that each parent will be responsible for.

Often circumstances change and the amount of child support can be modified to increase or decrease the payments made or received by each parent.  We work with clients to help them in the original determination of child support and asking for future modifications or contesting them.

To determine what works best in each situation requires careful analysis of the facts and circumstances surrounding what is best for the child.  As the child grows and facts and circumstances change, it may be necessary to re-visit the issues to determine what is best at that time.

If you need help with child support or want to re-evaluate or contest a child support order, contact a Jacksonville Child Support Lawyer online or call us at 904-685-1200 to speak with one of our Jacksonville Family Lawyers
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