For those parents who have primary time share case, law in Florida supports anupward modification in child support when the non-custodial parent is not exercising time-share.  The determination of a modification effective date goes back to the date the non-custodial parent stops exercising time-share rights.

Of course the failure to exercise cannot be because of interference by the custodial parent.  And any evaluation has to consider recent changes to Florida Law as to the number of overnights exercised by the non-custodial parent.

If you have questions about child support, callNorth Florida Law Firm we can assist you.