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Child Support Attorney Hudson, FL. Brooksville, Spring Hill, Florida

If you’re looking for a child support attorney in Hudson, Florida who can help you to set, amend, or enforce child support, call today for a consultation. Child support is a serious business in the State of Florida and if you need it child support Florida or need to modify it to avoid enforcement, hiring a child support attorney may be a wise choice.

Parent’s Financial Obligation to Your Children in Florida

Florida law requires that both parents provide financial support for their children. This is called child support. Whether you are married and divorcing and have children, have biological children with someone and are unmarried, or in some cases, when you have been supporting non-biological children, financial support is required by Florida law. Parents should remember that the purpose of child support is to help the other parent pay for the child’s financial needs, such as housing, clothing, utilities, food, medicine and other necessary things such as health insurance.

Child Support Attorney – Setting, Modifying and Enforcing Child Support, Hudson, Brooksville, Spring Hill, Florida

Receiving court-ordered child support is crucial to ensure that your children’s needs are taken care of. Hiring a family law attorney who is experienced in handling Florida child support cases can oftentimes be a faster route than going through the Florida Department of Revenue Child Support Enforcement. If you need to set, modify or enforce a current support order in Pasco County or Hernando County, Florida, call my office for an initial consultation. I can represent you in the following types of cases:

  • File for Temporary Relief for Child Support
  • If you are divorcing, I will assist you with all matters concerning support and time-sharing, which will become a part of your final divorce order.
  • Use discovery to uncover income if your spouse or parent is hiding income to avoid paying the proper amount of support, especially to preserve your children’s current living standards.
  • If you are unmarried and need to obtain a child support order
  • Retroactive child support matters.
  • If you need to establish paternity and wish to enjoy time-sharing with your child.
  • Modification of child support.
  • Child support and time-sharing matters.
  • Enforcement of current child support orders for back child support.

Florida Child Support Guidelines and Standard Needs

Child support is calculated by utilizing the standards set forth by child support guidelines. Florida provides a standard needs table that can give you an idea as to how much child support may be ordered. Judges are allowed to deviate from the general child support standards. The guidelines help to calculate and determine the amount of child support that is needed for a child or children to reach an amount that one or the other parent will be ordered to pay.

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The guidelines or “calculator” works by taking the following information to reach a percentage of what each parent should be responsible for:

  • The income of both parents less allowable deductions to obtain the parent’s “gross” income
  • The number of children
  • The child’s health care costs
  • Childcare costs
  • Amount of Time-Sharing the payer receives

Income Deduction Orders and Florida Child Support

Often times, Florida support orders include an income deduction order which means that child support will be automatically taken out of the payer's payroll check. Other times, the payer pays support directly. Either way, situations can occur that cause your child support to be late. It can very quickly fall behind. It’s important to promptly schedule a consultation with a Florida child support attorney who can file a child support enforcement order in Pasco, Hernando or Citrus County, FL courts. I understand that most parents who receive child support depend on it for financial survival. When there is back child support owed to you, you are likely to also fall behind financially, which could land you in a crisis situation.

Child Support Attorney Initial Consults – Hudson, Spring Hill, Brooksville, FL

So, if you need a child support attorney in Hudson, Brooksville, or Spring Hill, Florida, please call my office today for a consultation to discuss your case.

Can’t Pay Your Court-Ordered Child Support?

If you have been ordered to pay child support and have had a change of circumstances that will cause you to be late, it’s highly beneficial to contact a child support attorney to file the proper motions with the courts so you are not found in contempt if your child support becomes past due. Raising children is costly and when you are unable to assist in financially supporting your children, you put their best interests at risk.

Enforcement Orders

As a divorce lawyer who has spent much of my time working with child support cases, it’s important to make sure that if you are paying child support, you will be ordered to pay the proper amount of child support. This will help you to abide by any child support orders, unbarring any future, unforeseen substantial and permanent circumstances. If you do find yourself in receipt of a child support enforcement order in Pasco or Hernando County, please call my office immediately for a consultation.

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Wendy Doyle-Palumbo, Esq.

Serving Pasco County, Hernando County & Citrus County, Florida

Wendy Doyle-Palumbo is a Pasco County Personal Injury Trial Lawyer representing victims who have been injured by the negligence of another. Representing those who have been personally injured in Pasco, Hernando, and Citrus County, Florida. Compassionate, aggressive, and experienced personal injury attorney fighting for your rights to compensation under Florida Law.