PLANT CITY CHILD SUPPORT LAWYER
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Child support is a major issue in any divorce or paternity case. Florida law requires that both parents contribute to the support of the children of the marriage based upon each parent’s income. Since the calculation of support can be complicated, it is vital that you have an experienced divorce attorney who knows how support is properly calculated. The divorce attorneys at Byrd & Barnhill are skilled at helping clients in child support matters. Give us a call at (813) 759-1224 for a Free Consultation and case evaluation.
Plant City Child Support Attorney
There are many complex factors involved in the calculation of support, and each case is unique. Be ware of websites that have so called “Child Support Calculators” as these sites may not take into consideration the unique facts of your case. That is why you should call Byrd & Barnhill at (813) 59-1224 for a CONSULTATION where we can give specific legal advice for your case.
Plant City Divorce Financial Affidavit
The standard form financial affidavit is the main tool used by the court to determine child support payments. There are two versions of the financial affidavit: one for case where the parties jointly earn less than $50,000 per year and another form for parents who earn more. Each parent is required to complete a financial affidavit in every case involving child support. The forms for financial affidavit are available for download on this website on the download page.
If you are planning to come in for a consultation about filing for divorce, please take a look at the forms on this website, specifically the client intake sheet. The information necessary to start the process will be captured if you download and fill out the intake sheet. Also, the financial affidavit is required to be completed. Depending on whether you earn more or less than $50,000 per year, you should download and complete a draft of your financial affidavit. Also, review the other documents, such as the sample marital settlement agreement, so that you can get an idea of the type of decisions that go into a dissolution of marriage proceeding. Please feel free to call us if you have any questions. Click HERE to download forms.