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If I get joint custody/timesharing, will I still have to pay child support in Florida?

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It depends. If you receive 50% timesharing in Florida, sometimes you may not have a financial obligation for child support because your income and your ex-spouse income is similar, but if you are making substantially more than the other party, you still be obligated to pay child support.

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