Florida law always acts in the best interest of the child and states that both parents are legally responsible to provide support to their children. The court may order retroactive child support payments for the time between the date the parents separated and the date the child support order went into effect up to 24 months.
If you are seeking to establish retroactive child support, or you have received a petition requesting retroactive child support, you should speak with a family lawyer who can help you understand your options and help you deal with the complicated legal system.
A family lawyer like D’Lugo and DeFlora can walk you through the procedures that affect your family life including child custody, alimony, and child support. Don’t wait, call us today at 407.870.5551 or www.KissimmeeFamilyLaw.com