Florida New Child Support Guidelines Attorney
Escambia County Lawyer Explaining the New Florida Child Support Guidelines
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In the state of Florida, child support payments are generally determined by statutory guidelines. Both parents' income, the number of children in the family and certain expenses, such as daycare and health insurance premiums, are put through a child support calculation formula to determine the amount one parent must provide to care for his or her children. In fact, Florida law has recently been amended with respect to how child support will be calculated beginning October 1, 2010.
At the law firm of Stephen T. Holman, P.A., in Pensacola, we work with family law clients to ensure child support based on the state guidelines truly fits their needs. With decades of experience, our attorneys have come to recognize not every situation fits the "norm." We strive to help our clients secure a child support order that adequately and accurately meets their specific circumstances.
To discuss your child support needs, contact our law office for a free initial consultation.
Is it possible to modify child support payments?
Modification of an existing child support order is possible if a significant change in circumstances has occurred. By way of example, the court may grant a change to child support if a parent has lost a job, experienced significant economic gain, is spending a different amount of time with their child, or a child has new financial needs. Modification is often applicable in relocation matters.
Whether you wish to petition the courts for a modification of child support or want to take a stand against a possible change, do not hesitate to contact the law firm of Stephen T. Holman, P.A., for a free consultation with a knowledgeable child support lawyer.