With Family Law Software you will find it easier to create guidelines and the Florida affidavit. You will be more efficient and more profitable. And you will achieve better client outcomes.
The features on this page are specific to Florida and are in addition to the features shown on our Home page
In most states, child support in a split custody context is calculated by calculating support for the children in the custody of Party A, calculating support for the children in the custody of Party B, and netting the two results.
This is a fair and reasonable approach.
Family Law Software is the only software that does this calculation in Florida.
Family Law Software will automatically calculate the modified child support amount, given current incomes of the parties, as each child reaches majority.
Family Law Software can calculate the alimony needed to reach a budget goal on the part of the recipient. It can calculate the amount of alimony needed to enable each party to end up with 50% of the combined cash after taxes.
And, it can calculate what alimony would be under the most recent alimony bill, which failed to pass.
Whatever approach you choose to take, Family Law Software can crunch the numbers for you.
You enter your data on our data entry screen.
When it comes time to print, you can choose whether to print the long form 902(c) or the shorter form 902(b).
But don't just take our word for it.
Professionals throughout Florida have used and endorsed our software.
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