Child Support Guidelines in Orlando
Understanding Florida child support law is critical to ensuring that the custodial parent is receiving a fair amount each month for the care of his or her children. Florida child support laws can be complicated, taking many different factors into account. Whether you are receiving or paying child support, it is important that you have the help of a skilled Florida child support attorney who can ensure that the best interest of your children is being served and that your rights as a parent are being protected.
Orlando, FL family law attorney Stanley M. Silver has helped countless parents make sense of Florida’s child support guidelines. When you retain the services of Stanley M. Silver, Attorney at Law, P.A., you can have peace of mind knowing that you have an advocate in your corner who is dedicated to securing fair child support arrangements for your family. Mr. Silver offers flexible appointment scheduling options and free initial consultations, making it easy for you to get the legal counsel you need regarding your child support agreement.
Calculating Child Support In Florida
Florida family courts take a number of factors into consideration when calculating the amount of child support the non-custodial parent is required to pay. Both parents are required to submit financial affidavits outlining gross income and monthly expenses. Gross income includes wages, bonuses, Social Security income, interest and dividends, worker’s compensation benefits, disability income, unemployment assistance, and more.
Parenting time is another major factor in determining child support payments. Child support is calculated differently for parents who spend relatively equal time caring for the child than for parents with time-sharing agreements in which one parent spends substantially more time with the child than the other.
Orlando and Central Florida Child Support Lawyer
Having handled over 3,000 civil and family law cases, child support attorney Stanley M. Silver has extensive experience helping Florida families navigate the state’s often confusing child support laws. From calculating new child support arrangements to enforcing or making modifications to existing agreements, he is ready to put his experience to work for your family.
Contact Stanley M. Silver, Attorney At Law, P.A.
To schedule your free initial consultation with family law attorney Stanley M. Silver, call (407) 869-1616 today.
Stanley M. Silver, Attorney at Law, P.A., proudly serves clients throughout Central Florida, including Orlando, Casselberry, Maitland, Longwood, Altamonte Springs, Winter Park, Wekiva Springs, Apopka, Sanford, and other communities throughout Orange County and Seminole County.