Child Support and Disability?

Will my child support goes down if the mother is receiving a disability check for our son? We have two children together, or will they do a percentage of it? I live in Florida. Will your child support go down when you have shared parenting?


The mother doesn't work, but she's receiving unemployment every two weeks, plus my child receives a disability check and child support. She is taking me back to court for more money, but she didn't report that she's receiving disability for our son.

By Thomas A.

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March 15, 20120 found this helpful

Child support is usually figured on a percentage of the non-custodial parents income. It still takes a certain amount to raise a kid. Until my daughter was 20, my "ex" paid $300.00 a month in spite of the fact that she was also receiving a disability check.


I wasn't working, but the child support enforcement officer in the town that we lived in said my share of support would be the fact that I cooked, did laundry, cleaned, etc. for our daughter.


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March 17, 20120 found this helpful

Support your child. He will be grown one day and you won't have to pay. I wish fathers would stop begrudging every penny of child support. It is never enough anyway. Just pay.


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