Florida Back Child Support

Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

A selection of Florida back child support questions posted by visitors to this site and their corresponding answers are found below. We have felt the need to categorize these questions because of the shear volume of Florida child support questions we have answered on our site since this very popular service was begun.

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Back Child Support For My Dad 
I am graduating from high school this year and attending college in the fall. My dad has had custody of me and my brother since we were 3. My …

Older Children & Back Child Support 
My ex husband didn't pay support for years. I finally, with the help of Florida child support enforcement, I started getting it. I now have two …

Back Child Support Retroactive 
The mother of my child was incarcerated when we signed our permanent orders back in 1998. The only mention of child support was this: "The parties …

Back Child Support 
Court Ordered Child Support. Child is now Over 18. My father just paid a large sum of back child support. I am 27 years old now. Is there a way …

Back Child Support & Income Tax 
I am receiving child support right now but for a few months I wasn't receiving the total amount that I should have. So now he owes back support. …

Back Child Support & Parental Rights 
Child support arrearage and parental rights revocation. The child support is $54,000. Never paid child support and had parental rights revoked. …

Back Child Support in Florida 
Can I take the non custodial parent to court for owing back child support in Florida that is supposed to be paid legally through the state? …

Back Support From Bank Assets 
My son is now 7 and his father was order to pay 440.00 a month, which he doesn't. He is roughly 10k behind. I have lived in Ohio for two years …

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Florida Statutes 61.13 Support of children; parenting and time-sharing; powers of court.

Florida Statutes 61.30 Child support guidelines; retroactive child support.

Florida Statutes 743.07 Rights, privileges, and obligations of persons 18 years of age or older.