Child support is not only based on what you make and the days that you spend with your child. There are many factors to take into consideration.
Video Transcription: Another question is: How is child support decided? Child support is through child support guidelines that have been created by legislators here in Florida and it takes a lot of factors into consideration that people ignore and they don’t use it. There are a lot of things that have been, for example, mandatory unions that have been deducted from our clients’ paycheck daily or every paycheck and they are mandatory. So those things that are mandatory and they are deducted from your paycheck we can include it so you have to pay late child support. There are a lot of obligations as well. Maybe another divorce with alimony or child support that we can include it and get a lower number for you. There are health insurances. There are child care expenses. People are mistaken and thinking that child support is only based on what you make and the days that you spend with the child in the 365 days that the year has. But this is not only the case. There are a lot of factors that we can include in that child support guidelines that may help you to get a lower number. So when child support is an issue, look for an attorney, don’t procrastinate. Don’t be shy. Go ahead and look for an attorney because every single factor can get you more money if you are the one that’s going to be receiving the child support or can get you a less monthly amount payment if you are the one that have to pay. So it’s really important and we are here to help you. We have a bunch of cases like this. It’s a supper common case asked to handle. So you know where you can call. It’s (305) 261-7000 and we are here always to help our public.