In the event the parties can't agree on the amount of child support to be paid, the Court will hold an evidentiary hearing and order a specific dollar amount.
When determined by the Court, child support is calculated based on a specific statutory formula. Based on the child's unique needs, however, the Courts have the discretion to increase or decrease the amount of child support to be paid.
To learn more about the amount of child support that may be awarded in your case, please contact us today for a confidential consultation. We're here to answer your questions and address whatever concerns you may have. Call (904) 701-0591 now.
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