Child Support Lawyer
If you are a parent experiencing divorce or involved in a Paternity action, it is likely you are concerned with the amount of child support payments you will receive or will pay. This is a concern faced by residential and nonresidential parents alike. As a parent, you want to ensure the needs of your children are met. If a support order is already in effect, and there has been a substantial change of circumstances, each parent has a right to file for a Supplemental Modification of Support Action. At the Law Offices of Jodie Bassichis, P.A. , we can assist you in proceeding towards a child support order that meets the needs of your children and is consistent with the ever evolving Florida Statutes.
Would you like to speak with an attorney about child support obligations and modifications? Please contact the Law Offices of Jodie Bassichis today to arrange your consultation.
How is Child Support calculated?
Child support is designed to provide for the needs of the children. Child support is statutory and is a result of specific Florida child support guidelines, which take into account the income of the parents, overnight timesharing, day care expenses, medical care, health insurance expenses and special needs of children, such as medical or educational
Our firm also provides legal help to people who have questions regarding child support amounts, modifications, paternity, modification and enforcement.