The calculation of child support involves, among other things, considerations of parties’ income, the number of children involved, the time-sharing (visitation) that each parent has with the children, as well as health insurance and child care costs. Although the calculation of child support does involve a formula, the issue of the appropriate amount of child support that one party pays to another is not strictly a matter of plugging in numbers. The calculation of child support can be challenging in some instances and involves knowledge regarding proper calculation of parties’ incomes, the effect of tax exemptions, prior born children from other relationships, and other factors which could overwhelm someone if they don’t have the proper divorce attorney in Orlando. Contact us at Frank Family Law Practice if you want a caring and understanding family attorney in Orlando to help you determine the appropriate amount of child support for your case.
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