Alachua Child Support Attorney

Child support obligations are set in the state of Florida by a governmental guideline which considers a variety of factors, including:

  • Income
  • Health insurance costs
  • Child care expenses
  • Time-sharing schedule

Timesharing Impacts Child Support

Timesharing is an important factor in determining child support. The amount of time that you have your child can affect how child support levels are set. If one parent has a child the vast majority of the time, that parent may receive a higher level of child support than a parent who evenly splits time with their child with the other parent.

At Kathleen C. Fox, P.A., our Alachua child support lawyer understands how to manage the establishment of child support levels to ensure that all appropriate inputs are considered. Since 1985, we have served the family law needs of the individuals and families of North Central Florida, we can help ensure that your child support levels reflect the reality of your circumstances.

Special Needs Can Be Considered Under the Guideline

Children can have a variety of special needs which can include education and health as two of the possible factors on which a variation may be based. For example, if a child has been enrolled in a private school, the court may determine that it is in the child's best interest to continue that enrollment and factor that into the determination of the appropriate child support levels.

Contact a North Florida Child Support Modification Lawyer at Kathleen C. Fox, P.A.

If you are concerned about the establishment of child support levels that accurately reflect the realities of your financial situation, the financial situation of your child's other parent and your child's needs, turn to the experienced Alachua child support attorney at Kathleen C. Fox, P.A. To schedule an initial consultation call toll free at 866-779-6399 or simply contact us online.

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