Florida Child Support Calculator

About Florida Child Support

Child support obligation in Florida is determined by a number of factors; namely the net incomes of both parents, versus the number of children. Other factors may also include; the cost of day care (child care), healthcare insurance, and the number of overnight stays that the child(ren) spend with each parent.

Net monthly income of Father *
Net monthly income of Mother *
Number of Child(ren) *
County where Child(ren) reside *
Monthly costs of Day Care paid by Father
Monthly costs of Day Care paid by Mother
Monthly costs of Medical, Dental, and Vision paid by Father
Monthly costs of Medical, Dental, and Vision paid by Mother
Substantial Time-Sharing (GROSS UP METHOD)
Complete this section if the child(ren) spend at least 73 overnights (20% of overnights) during the year with each parent.
Number of overnights child(ren) spend with Father
Number of overnights child(ren) spend with Mother
50/50 time sharing plans requires at least 182 overnights with each parent Overnights must equal 365
Disclaimer: This calculator is provided as is, without warranty, legal, accounting, other advise, or technical support. Individuals may use this calculator to estimate their child support obligations. A valid email address is required and you will be asked to validate it.

 

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