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How is the amount of child support determined in Florida?

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How is the amount of child support determined in Florida?

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Child support in Florida it’s almost like a formula that they’re going to use, they’re going to take into account the income for each of the parents, the percentage or amount of time that the child is going to spend with each parent and any special expenses, for example, child care or medical insurance. Once they come to that calculation they’ll determine what parent owes which parent how much money.

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