imputing income in florida for child support

My Ex Won’t Work And Pay The Child Support He/She Should? What Are My Options In Naples, Florida?

Child support and payment of the child’s expenses are determined by calculating the net income of both parents and inputting the total net income into this chart to determine child support. The more money you or the other parent make, the higher the child support owed. The more you make relative to the other parent,…

Child support and custody

If My Child Spends More Time With Me, Will I Pay Less Child Support In My Naples, Florida Divorce?

When Florida courts consider how much time a child spends with a parent, they only really count overnights.  You could literally pick your child up from your ex’s house every morning, spend the whole day with the child, and then return the child to your ex’s house at 9 PM and you’d be the non-primary…

child support in collier county, florida

How Does Child Support Work in Naples, Florida?

Whether you’re divorcing and were never married Florida state law controls how child support works in Naples, Florida.  Florida Statute Section 61.13(1) allows the court to enter child support orders and provides some guidelines of what child support orders must include. The statue immediately instructs that the courts have the power to award child support…

Income and Divorce in Collier County

How Do I Determine My Income or My Spouse’s Income In My Naples, Florida Divorce?

Whether it’s determining alimony or determining child support in a Naples, Florida divorce, income is the biggest factor in determining either of those obligations. The Florida statute goes into great specifics about what shall be considered income for the purposes of child support or alimony. “Income” means any form of payment to an individual, regardless…