Jacksonville Child Support Lawyer
Put 90+ Years of Experience to Work for You
The support of a child is the responsibility of both parents under state
law, whether they are married, formerly married, or never married.
Child support is determined by state guidelines, with some of the major
- The number of children
- The income of each parent
- Costs associated with child care
- Costs associated with medical insurance
- Time spent with the children
At the Law Offices of Jason K.S. Porter, P.A., our Jacksonville divorce
attorneys have the skill and dedication to successfully represent you in
divorce and family law matters. We are ready to meet with you to discuss the situation
and determine the best course of action for protecting your interests.
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Our lawyers have more than 90 years of combined experience. Mr. Porter
has a 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating and is AV Preeminent™ Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®.
In divorce and
family law matters, you need an attorney who is not only compassionate but also effective.
Our skill, experience and reputation can make a difference in the outcome
of your case.
How is child support calculated in Florida?
The courts take the view that both parents should share as equally as possible
in three areas of parenting:
In practice, however, the parent with a larger income typically covers
a greater share of the expenses of raising the child. Support is usually
paid to the parent who spends the most time with the child, but each case
is different, and the income of both parents is part of the calculation.
In the case of an unmarried mother, it is necessary to establish
paternity before seeking child support. Our seasoned divorce lawyer in Jacksonville
can assist you with that process and petition the court for support from
the father of your child. We can also assist someone facing a paternity
action when he is not the father of the child. Our firm has built a reputation
for our legal skills and dedication to the best possible results for our clients.
Contact the firm for skilled and dedicated advocacy in your family law matters.