Per Florida statutes, all Orlando child support orders and income withholding orders must include the amount of the monthly child support obligation for all minor children at the time of the order and the amount of child support that will be owed for any remaining children after one for more of the children are no longer entitled to received child support.  The order must also include the month, day, and year that the reduction or termination of child support becomes effective.

Calculation of the amount and termination date of a child support obligation can be complicated.  However, correct calculations are of the utmost importance.  Your experienced Orlando child support lawyer is the best source of information regarding this and all of your child support and child custody issues.  If you are in need of an experienced Orlando child support and child custody attorney, contact Family Law of Orlando to schedule an initial consultation with Attorney Wade P. Luther.  Mr. Luther has been representing Orange County families for over a decade.  You can reach our office by email or by calling (407) 835-9900.