Florida Child Support Calculator

Can I modify my Child Support?

you can modify your child support

Support orders may need to be changed to meet the current needs of the parents and child.

Contact us if you feel you need to review your support order. You may qualify for a support order review if:

  • Your current child support order will not end within 6 months from when we receive your request.
  • Your support order has not been changed or reviewed in the last 3 years,


  • You can show a large change in your life. For example, an increase or decrease in income or a change in the child's needs such as the child becomes disabled.

Other reasons to modify a support order include:

  • Adding or removing a child from the order
  • Extending the time support needs to be paid (Example: Your child is still in high school)
  • Adding or removing medical support from the order

Contact us if you think your support order needs to be changed.  (904) 290-3673  

Florida Child Support Calculator

we can assist in calculating your child support


Child Support Calculator courtesy of:  floridachildsupportcalculator.com ​

This Florida Child Support Calculator is accurate, and conforms to the latest law on child support.  To use this calculator properly you must enter accurate incomes for both parents – after payroll taxes. That means you must use the proper “take-home” pay of each parent.

This online child support calculator will not work for combined incomes under $650/month or over $10,000/month. 

The actual child support amount is dependant on other factors which are not addressed by this basic calculation. This service is intended to give a rough estimate of child support and does not substitute for individualized legal advice. The actual child support amount you pay or receive is determined by a family law court.

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Florida Child Support Guidelines

the Court always considers what is in the best interest of the child

 A child support order tells the parents what they must do to support their children. Enforcing child support orders means getting the parent to do what the order says.

The amount of child support is based on guidelines defined in Florida law. Child support guidelines are standards used to figure out the support needed for a child and the amount a parent has to pay. Guidelines help make sure support amounts are fair. Every state has guidelines, but they may be different in each state.

These guidelines are used the first time child support is ordered and every time the child support amount changes. They are also used to review the order to see if the support amount should be changed.

Child support guidelines consider:

The income of both parents
The child's health care and child care costs
The standard needs for the child. A list of support amounts based on the child's age and net income of the parents is in the Florida law – standard needs table.

The court or agency establishing support must use these guidelines to decide the amount of child support that will go in a Florida support order. In special circumstances, support amounts can be higher or lower than the guideline amounts. For example, a judge may consider a child's high medical expenses as a reason to change the support amount. In most cases, judges have to give written reasons why support amounts are different from guideline amounts.

You can get an estimate of child support amounts by using the Florida Child Support Calculator. The calculator will take the information you put in and give you an estimate of your child's support amount. This estimate is for informational purposes only. A court or agency may look at factors that are not included in your estimate.