Child Support Calculator
Plug in the numbers
to find out what the obligations
are for the child support.

Florida Child Support Calculator

Plug in the numbers to find out what the obligations are for the child support.

Our child support calculator makes the correct child support calculation so you and your spouse know what the child support payment will be. If you are simply curious about child support law including which spouse will be paying child support or calculating child support on your own simply follow the on-screen prompts and within minutes, you will have your answer.

DivorceDeli, the low cost divorce (some would say cheap divorce) and child support law firm created the family law child support calculator for your use. Florida child support payments are calculated in accordance with the child support guidelines and rely on numbers from your financial affidavits, so you will need them to work out the calculations. One of the child support services we provide is the preparation of child support guidelines worksheet, which the judge will most definitely scrutinize. If 20% or more of child(ren)'s nights (at least 73) are spent with the "noncustodial parent", there will be a significant effect on support received by the "custodial parent."

For Calculating Child Support of a Custodial Parent and Noncustodial Parent According to Child Support Guidelines in Florida.



Number of children
 
Custodial parent
Father Mother
Total annual "overnight" stays
with the Non-Custodial Parent
Father Mother
Net monthly Income
Childcare costs
Health Insurance Costs
Noncovered Medical Costs
Parent's Share of
Child Support

To correctly calculate Florida Child Support whether in Orlando, FL, Jacksonville, FL or anywhere else in Florida you and your child support lawyers need to know the following information:
  1. The number of children being considered for child support.
  2. Who has (or will have) “custody” of the child or children.
  3. Will the "NON-CUSTODIAL" parent have the child or children at least 73 "overnights" per year. If NOT, you can leave the "overnight" question blank.
  4. The "Net" Monthly income (after allowable deductions) for each Parent (line 27 of the Financial Affidavit).
  5. Childcare Costs paid by each Parent (usually just your "daycare" amount, after school care and babysitting, if necessary on account of employment, job search or education calculated to result in employment or to enhance income or current employment. That could include summer camp) (take annual amount spent and divide by 12) ("Day Care" expense in section C of the financial affidavit).
  6. Health Insurance payments made by each parent ("child(ren)'s medical/dental in Section D of the financial affidavits).
  7. Noncovered (NO INSURANCE) medical costs of each parent (medical/dental line of Section E of financial affidavits plus uninsured prescription expense).
The Florida Child Support Calculator does not estimate; it calculates accurate requirements as prescribed by law (F.S. 61.30).

Our child support calculator makes the correct child support calculation so you and your spouse know what the child support payment will be.

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