In the fiscal year of 2011, child support payments amounting to nearly $27.3 billion were collected for the 17.3 million children in the caseload. In the fiscal year of 2011, total administrative expenditures came in at $5.7 billion, a decrease of 2% over the previous year.
Making payment to support your child is always a concern for parents, regardless of what side you are on in terms of either paying or receiving.
In Florida, Child Support is a calculation that factors in the differences between the parents’ income, and the amount of time the child, or children, spend with each parent.
For help determining what your court-ordered support will likely be, feel free to call our Family Law attorneys at 813-902-3576. Your initial consultation is free.