Child support is designed to cover the basic necessities of life for a minor child, such as food, clothing and shelter.
Every state has “Child Support Guidelines in place, and Florida is not excluded. Florida Statute 61.30 deals with the support of minor children, and includes the child support guidelines adopted by the Florida legislature.
A compilation of various statistics regarding child support was recently reported in an article found at Ebony.com. As an example, the story indicates that child support is paid primarily by men, 85% to be precise. This is indicative of the mother generally being responsible for raising the children.
There are a host of penalties that one could suffer by not paying child support, including wage garnishments, seizures of property, loss of driving privileges, and jail time.
Take a moment to check out the article, with its other statistical information. It i informative.
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