Child Support is an important aspect in divorce and paternity matters. Florida law is very clear that both parents must share in the financial responsibility for their children. Child support is calculated using the guidelines in Florida Statute 61.30. As with most legal issues, the language in this statute is very specific and can be confusing to parties involved in family law matters who have no legal background. However, a fair and correct calculation of child support is essential for the financial future of all the parties, most especially the children. It is of the utmost importance for parents to seek the guidance of an experienced and knowledgeable family law attorney like Attorney Wade P. Luther. Mr. Luther has practiced family law since 1998 and has significant experience and knowledge. He understands the law and he understands the needs of families dealing with child support issues. If you need to resolve child support issues for your children, it is important to consult with an experienced attorney who can guide you through the process.