Child Support And Child Support Modifications
How Child Support Works In Florida
Whether you are a parent in the process of divorcing or are already divorced, it’s important to understand your rights and how Florida handles child support. Otherwise, you could be overpaying or not receiving enough.
Florida courts calculate child support by taking you and your child’s other parent into account. Using a set of guidelines, the court determines how much of that combined net income the child would receive with both parents in the household.
You or your co-parent are generally responsible for making payments until the minor child turns 18 years old. However, this may not be the case if there are extenuating circumstances such as an agreement between you and your co-parent to prolong child support.
Experience You Can Count On
You, your family and your children will have needs that change over time. When those changes call for assistance from an attorney, it is important to work with someone who is experienced in the area of family law and committed to providing quality legal representation.
Korshak & Associates, P.A., is an established law firm that represents mothers and fathers in divorce and family law matters. We understand that every family will have unique legal needs, which is why we take an assertive and individualized approach to resolving legal issues. You can count on our attorneys to help explain the legal issues involved in your case and provide guidance throughout every step of the legal process.
Making Changes To Child Support
Child support modifications require an establishment of a substantial change in circumstances since the order was entered. This could include:
- Loss of a job
- Significant raise in salary
- Time-sharing changes
It is important that you work with an experienced Orlando child support modification attorney to make certain that the case is plead correctly and that there is evidence to fully support the facts of the case. Attorney Lee Karina Dani has handled a wide range of family law matters and knows what the courts will be looking for in modification requests. She is able to anticipate challenges and understands how to overcome complexities with ease and efficiency.
We have offices in Orlando and Casselberry, Florida. Our office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and after-hours by appointment. Se habla español. We accept cash, check and major credit cards.