Child support in the state of Florida is determined by child support guidelines that account for the incomes of both parents. Although these guidelines are strict, they can be modified if either party's income changes significantly.
At our firm, we help clients with a wide range of child support issues. Sometimes an ex-spouse will attempt to hide income to prevent their child support payments from increasing. We have access to a network of forensic accountants and private investigators who will be able to help us obtain the information we need to assist in preparing your case.
In divorces where alimony or spousal maintenance is an option, we help our clients seek a fair amount that will allow them to adjust to life without their spouse's financial support. While child support guidelines are fairly rigid, the amount you pay or receive in alimony is much more flexible and depends on a number of factors, such as:
Among others, these factors will have a significant impact on the amount of alimony that is awarded. It is important to seek the assistance of a skilled alimony lawyer to help you seek the best possible outcome for your case.