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Florida Child Support Deviation: Your Monthly Child Support Payments Can Be Adjusted When Statutory Amount is Unjust and Inappropriate

Pursuant to Section 61.30(11) of the Florida Statutes, a Court may adjust the total minimum child support award, or either or both parents’ share of the total minimum child support award, based upon the following deviation factors: Extraordinary medical, psychological, educational, or dental expenses. Independent income of the child, not to include moneys received by

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