I having been having Florida State DCF to hound my husband with child support payments. This has been going on for a year and a half now.
He provides everything for my child and he still has to pay over 1000 dollars a year.He feed's, clothe, changes diapers and even pays babysitter fees. The child is actively under his roof and he still pays child support to that child.
It sounds as if there is some information missing here. If at some point you received public benefits and the Department of Revenue obtained child support from your husband they may be continuing to collect that money to recover the cost of the public benefits that you received. You really need to give more information for this question to be answered.
Are you upset that the Florida Department of Revenue is seeking child support from the father (probably because you and/or the child are on some type of state assistance) despite the fact that the father is completely supporting you and the child? Normally, it wouldn't matter how much money he voluntarily gives you, but since you mentioned in your "Additional information" that the child is "under his roof," I would agree with you. Florida law says that a parent is not liable for support if the parent cohabitates with the child. The father has a complete defense to child support, and he should file a Supplemental Petition to Abate or Terminate Child Support.
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If the child is living with him then he should not be paying child support, but it is not going to just stop, he would need to file with the court to have it terminated.
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