Florida follows a set of guidelines that courts must use to determine child support payments. At the law firm of Kallins Little Delgado, our child support attorneys have an extensive understanding of these child support guidelines and know what exceptions apply to unique situations. You can rely on our more than three decades of experience to properly represent your interests in and out of court.

If you are going through a divorce and need advice on child support payments, do not hesitate to contact us.

Divorce Lawyers

Our child support lawyers in Sarasota understand the importance of protecting the best interests of your children when setting child support amounts. There are a number of factors that go into a child support determination. These factors include:

  • Income of each spouse
  • Amount of time spent with the child
  • Medical needs of the child
  • Child care costs
  • Educational expenses

Both parents are required to support their children in order to ensure their rights and futures are protected. We are compassionate and understanding when it comes to your family’s future and will work with you to develop a plan that works for all parties involved.

Modifying Child Support Agreements

If you have encountered special circumstances in your life that require a child support modification, we can help. Normally the court will look for a significant life change, such as losing a job or incurring large amounts of medical expenses. No matter what has occurred in your life, we will work with you to protect your rights and the best interests of your children in all family law issues that may arise.


If you have questions regarding child support payments in Florida, contact our attorneys at the law firm of Kallins Little Delgado to schedule an appointment for an initial consultation. Call to start solving your support issues today.

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