Child Support Forms in Florida

There are various child support forms in Florida

Child support forms in FloridaBelow are some of the Florida Supreme Court approved child support forms in Florida. These forms can be used when establishing, modifying and enforcing child support in Florida.

The child support forms in Florida that should be used in every case involving child support are the Child Support Guidelines Worksheet and Financial Affidavits of the parties.

The Child Support Guidelines Worksheet sets forth the figures used to calculate child support. The Financial Affidavits set forth the income, expenses, assets and liabilities of the parties. The net income figures from the Financial Affidavits are used as the income figures in Line 1 of the Child Support Guidelines Worksheet.

What child support forms in Florida should be used?

Not all of the child support forms in Florida listed below are used in every case. For example, in a divorce case the request for child support is contained in the Petition for Dissolution of Marriage or Counterpetition for Dissolution of Marriage. If a person is attempting to modify child support then the Supplemental Petition for Modification would be used. When a person is attempting to enforce the payment of child support, the Motion for Civil Contempt / Enforcement form is used.

The law does not require the that the forms listed below be followed exactly to the letter and each attorney may put their own spin on it, however, the forms certainly contain the structure of what needs to be included.

The person completing the forms must input the facts (figures) in the forms to make them have any meaning.

List of some of the child support forms in Florida commonly used:

Child Support Guidelines Worksheet

Supplemental Petition for Modification of Child Support

Motion for Civil Contempt / Enforcement

Financial Affidavit (for annual income less than $50,000.00)

Financial Affidavit (for annual income of $50,000.00 or more)

Certificate of Compliance with Mandatory Disclosure

 

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