In Florida, there’s always some sort of child support obligation. Now, if the positions of the parties are roughly the same. If their financial positions are the same and if there’s equal time sharing, then oftentimes, the amounts that are awarded will offset each other. However, in 99% of the cases, that’s just not how it works. One party will, indeed, have to pay child support to the other party. However, that amount will be less based off of the amount of time that’s spent with joint custody.
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