How Child Support Is Calculated In Florida
We Can Help You Address Child Support Concerns
At Canan Law, we can help you address specific question and issues such as:
- The amount of child support likely to be paid
- Ways to assure that payments are made
- When child support may be increased or decreased
- Who claims the child support deduction for tax purposes
With over 60 years of combined legal experience practicing almost exclusively in St. Augustine, St. Johns County and Northeast Florida, we are confident we can help you.
Enforcing Current Child Support Orders
Many individuals already have a child support court order in place but are having problems getting the other party to pay. In different situations, a party may not be able to make payments due to unforeseen circumstances, and the other spouse is denying visitation rights or access to your child. Determining child support can also call paternity into question.
In each of these situations, the matter should be brought to the attention of the court. If you need help, reach out to our team. Feel free to email us online, or call our law offices at 904-217-6209.