The purpose of the Accurate Family Support (AFS) web service is to provide accurate and transparent child support obligations for all types of circumstances based on the Florida Statutes, Case or Appellate Law, Federal IRC, and Federal and State IWOs. The analyses or reports provide those calculations to be printed and presented to your attorney or the court. The following examples will give you an idea of the power of these reports and the breath of handling different family circumstances.


Table of Contents

  1. Analyses Summary of Case Guidelines
  2. Landscape & Portrait Analyses
  3. Standard Guideline Analyses
  4. Substantial Timesharing Guideline Analyses
  5. Split Residence Arrangement Analyses
  6. Complex Child Arrangement Analyses (INA)
  7. Analyses can Report All of the Details
  8. Federal Income Withdrawal Order (IWO) and State Addendum


Analyses Summary of Case Guidelines

After the parents' and children's information are entered into the service, via the input screen(s), clicking on "Analyses Summary" brings you to the below table. The summary is designed to give you a summary of all the types of calculations available for the specific case. White backgrounds are valid guidelines and red are invalid. The validity is based on the visitation or timesharing arrangement of the minor children and the service calculates only those for the case's particular arrangement. Clicking on the "Details" adjacent to those guidelines will present the analysis ready for print, and hence presentation to the court.

AFS calculates guidelines based on state statutes and case law. The first two are traditional visitation (Standard) and timesharing (Substantial) arrangements. The following four are for split residential, or with timesharing, arrangements (Split). The Individual Net Analysis (INA) is for very complex arrangements wherein each child is doing their own arrangement. The last line of the summary allows you to edit or view the final Income Withdrawal Order (IWO) and its addendum.

Chosing the dot under "IWO" tells the service which guidelines you want to impose on the IWO, which is listed last on the below table. Editing an IWO is simply a matter of filling in the blanks in old typewriter style.


DAVIS VS. DAVIS
CASE NO.: 2014-DR-243, DIVISION: B
THE HONORABLE: Judge John Merritt
1-Page Summary Only? Include Gross-to-Net Adjustments?
Include Description/Notes? Include Federal 1040 Details?
Include Input Parameters?

The Respondent/FATHER is seeking to LOWER the payments:

METHODAMOUNTIWO
STANDARD CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES
Statutes §61.30 (1987)
$0.00
SUBSTANTIAL TIMESHARING CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES
Statutes §61.30(11)(b) (2001) & §61.30(11)(b)8 (2010)
$788.73
PAYMENT
SPLIT RESIDENCE CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES
WINTERS AND GINGOLA SPLIT CUSTODY METHOD: Winters v. Katseralis, 623 So.2d 613 (Fla. 2nd DCA 1993), Gingola v. Velasco, 668 So.2d 1054 (Fla. 2nd DCA 1996), Brock v. Brock, 695 So.2d 745, 746 (Fla. 1st DCA 1997), Devereaux v. Devereaux, 710 So.2d 1043 (Fla. 2nd DCA 1998), Kelley v. Kelley, 987 So.2d 1246 (Fla. 5th DCA 2008)
$1216.21
PAYMENT
SPLIT RESIDENCE WITH SUBSTANTIAL TIMESHARING CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES
WINTERS AND GINGOLA SPLIT CUSTODY METHOD: Winters v. Katseralis, 623 So.2d 613 (Fla. 2nd DCA 1993), Gingola v. Velasco, 668 So.2d 1054 (Fla. 2nd DCA 1996), Brock v. Brock, 695 So.2d 745, 746 (Fla. 1st DCA 1997), Devereaux v. Devereaux, 710 So.2d 1043 (Fla. 2nd DCA 1998), Kelley v. Kelley, 987 So.2d 1246 (Fla. 5th DCA 2008); justifiable via §61.30(11)(a) criteria and hereby calculated pursuant to §61.30(11)(b)
$811.95
PAYMENT
SPLIT RESIDENCE CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES
SIMPSON DISSENT SPLIT CUSTODY METHOD: Simpson v. Simpson, 680 So. 2d 1085 (Fla. 4th DCA 1996), McKenna v. McKenna, 31 So.3d 892 (Fla. 4th DCA 2010)
$1325.69
PAYMENT
SPLIT RESIDENCE WITH SUBSTANTIAL TIMESHARING CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES
SIMPSON DISSENT SPLIT CUSTODY METHOD: Simpson v. Simpson, 680 So. 2d 1085 (Fla. 4th DCA 1996), McKenna v. McKenna, 31 So.3d 892 (Fla. 4th DCA 2010); justifiable via §61.30(11)(a) criteria and hereby calculated pursuant to §61.30(11)(b)
$862.01
PAYMENT
INDIVIDUAL NET ANALYSIS APPROACH
COMPLEX STANDARD, SUBSTANTIAL TIMESHARING, AND SPLIT RESIDENCE METHOD
$1190.01
PAYMENT
OMB 0970-0154 Income Withholding Order (IWO) and Florida Addendum (2017)

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Landscape & Portrait Analyses

AFS Analyses come in two formats: landscape and portrait. The landscape is a single page only format that shows the gross-to-net calculations on the left half and the child support guidelines on the right half. The print is smaller, but if you want only a single page in your file, the landscape is the format you'll want.

The portrait format can be a single page showing only the child support guidelines, or any number of optional additional pages up to four pages, in total. The second optional page can be the gross-to-net calculations, the third, the federal income tax calculations, and the fourth, the input parameters for both parents and all of the children for comparison with opposing counsel for complete transparency. The print is larger then that of the landscape format, therefore, it is easier on the eyes.

You'll see a mix of both formats, and examples of all of the optional pages, in the following presentation.

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Standard Guideline Analyses

The following anaylsis shows the report for limited or standard visitation. As can be seen in the report, each calculation for both parties is referenced by the Florida Statute, and paragraph, and the Florida State Form 12.902(e), displayed below under INA, and its line number. It is in this way that if the calculations are ever under question, each calculation can be manually calculated and confirmed based on the statutes.

MONTHLY GROSS-TO-NET INCOME ADJUSTMENTS
DAVIS VS. DAVISMOTHERFATHERCASE NO.: 2014-DR-243
Filing StatusHOHHOHmonthly for tax year: 2016
Minor Children21dependents, under the age of 17.
Major Children00dependents, ages 18, 19, or college students under 24.
Other Dependents00dependents, "permanently and totally disabled".
§61.30(2) Gross Incomes
Wage and Salary266712250
Self-Employment01000loss is negative (-)
Social Security00
NonFederal00
NonTaxable00
Other00loss is negative (-)
Gross Incomes266713250
§61.30(3)(a) Tax Deductions
Federal10.312174.79credit is negative (-), i.e., EITC.
FICA - Social Security165.35883.50
FICA - Medicare38.67206.62
Self/State/Local/Other0.000.00refund is negative (-)
Tax Deductions2143265
§61.30(3)(b)-(g) State Deductions
Alimony / Spousal Support-12001200received support is negative(-)
Federal Insurance00
Mandatory Union Dues00
Mandatory Retirement00
Parent's Health Insurance00
Other Child Support00
State Deductions-12001200
Total Deductions-9864465
Gross Adjusted Net Incomes3652.668785.08monthly for tax year: 2016
ACCURATE FAMILY SUPPORT ©2013 - 2017: Printed: February 12, 2017 CC: 17d3b78b34199cfa1f95f5f2dc7f8a501521750f
STANDARD CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES
Statutes §61.30 (1987)
DAVIS VS. DAVIS
CASE NO.: 2014-DR-243
MOTHERFATHERTOTALFLORIDA STATUTE
CUSTODIAL CHILD(REN)
AVERAGE TIMESHARE
3
80.8%
0
19.2%
3
100.0%
§61.30(6)
NET MONTHLY INCOME$3653$8785$12438§61.30(5)
GUIDELINES$3027§61.30(6)
PERCENT OBLIGATION29.37%70.63%100%§61.30(9)
GROSS MONTHLY OBLIGATION$888.83$2137.75$3027§61.30(10)
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT$293.68$706.32$1000.00§61.30(7)&(8)
ACTUAL ADDITIONAL SUPPORT PAID$400.00$600.00§61.30(7)&(8)
FINAL/NET MONTHLY OBLIGATION$782.51$2244.08$3027§61.30(10)
FATHER'S MONTHLY PAYMENT TO MOTHER$2244.08
LIMITED VISITATION TO 70 DAYS PER YEAR FOR ALL THREE CHILDREN
ACCURATE FAMILY SUPPORT ©2013 - 2017
This is NOT a court order, income withholding order (IWO), nor can it modify an existing IWO.
For more information, go to: https://accuratefamilysupport.com/afs/default/disclaimer_and_terms_of_use.
Printed: February 12, 2017 CC: 17d3b78b34199cfa1f95f5f2dc7f8a501521750f, Prepared for: Jones & Smith, Attorneys of Law

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Substantial Timesharing Guideline Analyses

The following anaylsis is actually four separate printable pages. The first page is the analysis report for visitation based on a substantial timesharing arrangement. The second page shows the gross-to-net adjustments page. The third page shows an affidavit declaring the party's truthfullness in its data entry of the incomes and expenses used in the reports, which is usually necessary when a party is submitting its documentation to the court. And the fourth page is a motion requesting the court to hear the issues into why the child support should be changed.

AFS attempts to help those parties representing themselves so as to not require an attorney and save on retainer fees. The affidavit and motion help those pro se litigants to save the attorney's expense while still providing a level of professionalism when going before the court.

MONTHLY GROSS-TO-NET INCOME ADJUSTMENTS
DAVIS VS. DAVISMOTHERFATHERCASE NO.: 2014-DR-243
Filing StatusHOHHOHmonthly for tax year: 2016
Minor Children21dependents, under the age of 17.
Major Children00dependents, ages 18, 19, or college students under 24.
Other Dependents00dependents, "permanently and totally disabled".
§61.30(2) Gross Incomes
Wage and Salary266712250
Self-Employment01000loss is negative (-)
Social Security00
NonFederal00
NonTaxable00
Other00loss is negative (-)
Gross Incomes266713250
§61.30(3)(a) Tax Deductions
Federal10.312174.79credit is negative (-), i.e., EITC.
FICA - Social Security165.35883.50
FICA - Medicare38.67206.62
Self/State/Local/Other0.000.00refund is negative (-)
Tax Deductions2143265
§61.30(3)(b)-(g) State Deductions
Alimony / Spousal Support-12001200received support is negative(-)
Federal Insurance00
Mandatory Union Dues00
Mandatory Retirement00
Parent's Health Insurance00
Other Child Support00
State Deductions-12001200
Total Deductions-9864465
Gross Adjusted Net Incomes3652.668785.08monthly for tax year: 2016
ACCURATE FAMILY SUPPORT ©2013 - 2017: Printed: February 12, 2017 CC: 467254a7da3be01c254db7b81f76bd6b8a3fa075
SUBSTANTIAL TIMESHARING CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES
Statutes §61.30(11)(b) (2001) & §61.30(11)(b)8 (2010)
DAVIS VS. DAVIS
CASE NO.: 2014-DR-243
MOTHERFATHERTOTALFLORIDA STATUTE
CUSTODIAL CHILD(REN)213§61.30(6)
NET MONTHLY INCOME$3653$8785$12438§61.30(5)
GUIDELINES$3027§61.30(6)
GROSS MONTHLY OBLIGATION
(GUIDELINES multiplied by 1.5)
$4540§61.30(11)(b)1
PERCENT OBLIGATION29.37%70.63%100%§61.30(9)
GROSS MONTHLY OBLIGATION
WITHOUT TIMESHARING
$1333.25$3206.63$4540§61.30(10)
PERCENT TIMESHARING45.21%54.79%100%§61.30(11)(b)2
§61.30(11)(b)8
GROSS MONTHLY OBLIGATION
WITH TIMESHARING
$730.55$1449.57§61.30(11)(b)3
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT$293.68$706.32$1000.00§61.30(7)&(8)
§61.30(11)(b)4
ACTUAL ADDITIONAL SUPPORT PAID$400.00$600.00§61.30(5)
§61.30(11)(b)5
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT TRANSFER PAYMENT$0.00$106.32§61.30(11)(b)5
FINAL/NET MONTHLY OBLIGATION
WITH TIMESHARING
$730.55$1555.90§61.30(11)(b)6
FATHER'S MONTHLY PAYMENT TO MOTHER$825.35§61.30(11)(b)4
CHILDREN SPLIT IN A COMPLEX ARRANGEMENT
ACCURATE FAMILY SUPPORT ©2013 - 2017
This is NOT a court order, income withholding order (IWO), nor can it modify an existing IWO.
For more information, go to: https://accuratefamilysupport.com/afs/default/disclaimer_and_terms_of_use.
Printed: February 12, 2017 CC: 467254a7da3be01c254db7b81f76bd6b8a3fa075, Prepared for: Jones & Smith, Attorneys of Law

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Split Residence Arrangement Analyses

The following analysis is for split residence arrangements, where children live primarily with one parent or the other. These split arrangements are governed not by legislative statutes but by precedential case law. Depending on the district for your county, if you are in the 1st, 2nd, or 5th DCA, then you would follow the Winters and Gingola method, as shown below, or if you are in the 4th DCA, then you would follow the Simpson Dissent method for split residence arrangements. The 3rd DCA has used both methods in the past.

MONTHLY GROSS-TO-NET INCOME ADJUSTMENTS
DAVIS VS. DAVISMOTHERFATHERCASE NO.: 2014-DR-243
Filing StatusHOHHOHmonthly for tax year: 2016
Minor Children21dependents, under the age of 17.
Major Children00dependents, ages 18, 19, or college students under 24.
Other Dependents00dependents, "permanently and totally disabled".
§61.30(2) Gross Incomes
Wage and Salary266712250
Self-Employment01000loss is negative (-)
Social Security00
NonFederal00
NonTaxable00
Other00loss is negative (-)
Gross Incomes266713250
§61.30(3)(a) Tax Deductions
Federal10.312174.79credit is negative (-), i.e., EITC.
FICA - Social Security165.35883.50
FICA - Medicare38.67206.62
Self/State/Local/Other0.000.00refund is negative (-)
Tax Deductions2143265
§61.30(3)(b)-(g) State Deductions
Alimony / Spousal Support-12001200received support is negative(-)
Federal Insurance00
Mandatory Union Dues00
Mandatory Retirement00
Parent's Health Insurance00
Other Child Support00
State Deductions-12001200
Total Deductions-9864465
Gross Adjusted Net Incomes3652.668785.08monthly for tax year: 2016
ACCURATE FAMILY SUPPORT ©2013 - 2017: Printed: February 12, 2017 CC: 81e1f743857334f272270937655edf000424e6f3
SPLIT RESIDENCE WITH SUBSTANTIAL TIMESHARING CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES
WINTERS AND GINGOLA SPLIT CUSTODY METHOD
Winters v. Katseralis, 623 So.2d 613 (Fla. 2nd DCA 1993), Gingola v. Velasco, 668 So.2d 1054 (Fla. 2nd DCA 1996), Brock v. Brock, 695 So.2d 745, 746 (Fla. 1st DCA 1997), Devereaux v. Devereaux, 710 So.2d 1043 (Fla. 2nd DCA 1998), Kelley v. Kelley, 987 So.2d 1246 (Fla. 5th DCA 2008); justifiable via §61.30(11)(a) criteria and hereby calculated pursuant to §61.30(11)(b)
DAVIS VS. DAVIS
CASE NO.: 2014-DR-243
MOTHERFATHERTOTAL
MARITAL CHILDREN
WITH SPLIT CUSTODY
2
66.67%
1
33.33%
3
100%
NET MONTHLY INCOME$3653$8785$12438
GUIDELINES$3027
GROSS MONTHLY OBLIGATION
(GUIDELINES multiplied by 1.5)
$4540
PERCENT OBLIGATION29.37%70.63%100%
GROSS MONTHLY OBLIGATION$1333$3207$4540
PRESUMPTIVE MONTHLY OBLIGATION
WITHOUT TIMESHARING
$444.42$2137.75
PERCENT TIMESHARING45.21%54.79%100%
PRESUMPTIVE MONTHLY OBLIGATION
WITH TIMESHARING
$243.52$966.38
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT$293.68$706.32$1000.00
ACTUAL ADDITIONAL SUPPORT PAID$400.00$600.00
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT TRANSFER PAYMENT$0.00$106.32
FINAL/NET MONTHLY OBLIGATION$243.52$1072.71
FATHER'S MONTHLY PAYMENT TO MOTHER$829.19
CHILDREN SPLIT IN A COMPLEX ARRANGEMENT
ACCURATE FAMILY SUPPORT ©2013 - 2017
This is NOT a court order, income withholding order (IWO), nor can it modify an existing IWO.
For more information, go to: https://accuratefamilysupport.com/afs/default/disclaimer_and_terms_of_use.
Printed: February 12, 2017 CC: 81e1f743857334f272270937655edf000424e6f3, Prepared for: Jones & Smith, Attorneys of Law

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Complex Child Arrangement Analyses (INA)

The final analysis is for a complex sharing arrangement where three children have different visitations with each of the parents. The first page of the analysis shows a summary for each child, their name and type of guidelines, along with their support obligation. The first page then sums up all of the children's obligations to give the bottom line obligation and who must pay it. The following pages are the individual calculations for each child depending on if that child has standard visitation or a timesharing arrangement. The Individual Net Analysis (INA) chooses the best method for each child and then adds the children's calculations accordingly to give the final net obligation due by the parent. Since INA is based on standard and substantial timesharing guidelines, INA is based completely on the Florida Statutes.

INA must print on multiple pages, the first for the summary and then a subsequent page for each child, therefore INA must print in portrait format. An additional feature above the landscape format is that their is an extra column in portrait mode that reveals the line number for each calculation referencing State Form 12.902(e),

INDIVIDUAL NET ANALYSIS METHOD
DAVIS VS. DAVIS
CASE NO.: 2014-DR-243
MOTHERFATHERTOTAL
NET MONTHLY INCOME$3653$8785$12438
PERCENT OBLIGATION29.37%70.63%100%
NET MONTHLY OBLIGATION for HANNAH
STANDARD CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES
$516.54
PAYMENT
NET MONTHLY OBLIGATION for DAVID
STANDARD CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES
$1183.61
PAYMENT
NET MONTHLY OBLIGATION for JAMAAL
SUBSTANTIAL TIMESHARING CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES
$561.78
PAYMENT
FATHER'S MONTHLY PAYMENT TO MOTHER$1228.85
CHILDREN SPLIT IN A COMPLEX ARRANGEMENT
ACCURATE FAMILY SUPPORT ©2013 - 2017
This is NOT a court order, income withholding order (IWO), nor can it modify an existing IWO.
For more information, go to: https://accuratefamilysupport.com/afs/default/disclaimer_and_terms_of_use.
Printed: February 12, 2017 CC: dd81ce8c865eb2a92c87439831964c1fa52db82f, Prepared for: Jones & Smith, Attorneys of Law
STANDARD CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES
Statutes §61.30 (1987)
DAVIS VS. DAVIS
CASE NO.: 2014-DR-243
(HANNAH)
MOTHERFATHERTOTALFLORIDA STATUTEFORM 12.902(e)
CUSTODIAL CHILD(REN)
AVERAGE TIMESHARE
0
5.5%
1
94.5%
1
100.0%
§61.30(6)L2
NET MONTHLY INCOME$3653$8785$12438§61.30(5)L1
GUIDELINES$1559§61.30(6)L2
PERCENT OBLIGATION29.37%70.63%100%§61.30(9)L3
GROSS MONTHLY OBLIGATION$457.81$1101.08$1559§61.30(10)L4
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT$58.74$141.26$200.00§61.30(7)&(8)L5&L6
ACTUAL ADDITIONAL SUPPORT PAID$0.00$200.00§61.30(7)&(8)L7&L8
FINAL/NET MONTHLY OBLIGATION$516.54$1042.34$1559§61.30(10)L9
MOTHER'S MONTHLY PAYMENT TO FATHER$516.54
CHILDREN SPLIT IN A COMPLEX ARRANGEMENT
ACCURATE FAMILY SUPPORT ©2013 - 2017
This is NOT a court order, income withholding order (IWO), nor can it modify an existing IWO.
For more information, go to: https://accuratefamilysupport.com/afs/default/disclaimer_and_terms_of_use.
Printed: February 12, 2017 CC: dd81ce8c865eb2a92c87439831964c1fa52db82f, Prepared for: Jones & Smith, Attorneys of Law
STANDARD CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES
Statutes §61.30 (1987)
DAVIS VS. DAVIS
CASE NO.: 2014-DR-243
(DAVID)
MOTHERFATHERTOTALFLORIDA STATUTEFORM 12.902(e)
CUSTODIAL CHILD(REN)
AVERAGE TIMESHARE
1
80.3%
0
19.7%
1
100.0%
§61.30(6)L2
NET MONTHLY INCOME$3653$8785$12438§61.30(5)L1
GUIDELINES$1559§61.30(6)L2
PERCENT OBLIGATION29.37%70.63%100%§61.30(9)L3
GROSS MONTHLY OBLIGATION$457.81$1101.08$1559§61.30(10)L4
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT$117.47$282.53$400.00§61.30(7)&(8)L5&L6
ACTUAL ADDITIONAL SUPPORT PAID$200.00$200.00§61.30(7)&(8)L7&L8
FINAL/NET MONTHLY OBLIGATION$375.28$1183.61$1559§61.30(10)L9
FATHER'S MONTHLY PAYMENT TO MOTHER$1183.61
CHILDREN SPLIT IN A COMPLEX ARRANGEMENT
ACCURATE FAMILY SUPPORT ©2013 - 2017
This is NOT a court order, income withholding order (IWO), nor can it modify an existing IWO.
For more information, go to: https://accuratefamilysupport.com/afs/default/disclaimer_and_terms_of_use.
Printed: February 12, 2017 CC: dd81ce8c865eb2a92c87439831964c1fa52db82f, Prepared for: Jones & Smith, Attorneys of Law
SUBSTANTIAL TIMESHARING CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES
Statutes §61.30(11)(b) (2001) & §61.30(11)(b)8 (2010)
DAVIS VS. DAVIS
CASE NO.: 2014-DR-243
(JAMAAL)
MOTHERFATHERTOTALFLORIDA STATUTEFORM 12.902(e)
CUSTODIAL CHILD(REN)011§61.30(6)L2
NET MONTHLY INCOME$3653$8785$12438§61.30(5)L1
GUIDELINES$1559§61.30(6)L2
GROSS MONTHLY OBLIGATION
(GUIDELINES multiplied by 1.5)
$2338§61.30(11)(b)1L10
PERCENT OBLIGATION29.37%70.63%100%§61.30(9)L3
GROSS MONTHLY OBLIGATION
WITHOUT TIMESHARING
$686.71$1651.62$2338§61.30(10)L11
PERCENT TIMESHARING49.86%50.14%100%§61.30(11)(b)2
§61.30(11)(b)8
L12
GROSS MONTHLY OBLIGATION
WITH TIMESHARING
$344.30$823.55§61.30(11)(b)3L13
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT$117.47$282.53$400.00§61.30(7)&(8)
§61.30(11)(b)4
L14&L15
ACTUAL ADDITIONAL SUPPORT PAID$200.00$200.00§61.30(5)
§61.30(11)(b)5
L17
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT TRANSFER PAYMENT$0.00$82.53§61.30(11)(b)5L18
FINAL/NET MONTHLY OBLIGATION
WITH TIMESHARING
$344.30$906.08§61.30(11)(b)6L19&L20
FATHER'S MONTHLY PAYMENT TO MOTHER$561.78§61.30(11)(b)4L21
CHILDREN SPLIT IN A COMPLEX ARRANGEMENT
ACCURATE FAMILY SUPPORT ©2013 - 2017
This is NOT a court order, income withholding order (IWO), nor can it modify an existing IWO.
For more information, go to: https://accuratefamilysupport.com/afs/default/disclaimer_and_terms_of_use.
Printed: February 12, 2017 CC: dd81ce8c865eb2a92c87439831964c1fa52db82f, Prepared for: Jones & Smith, Attorneys of Law

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Analyses can Report All of the Details

AFS can report all of the details leading up to the final child support obligation. Each page is optional, except for the first page. In essense, the first page is the state guidelines starting with the net incomes and ending with the monthly obligation. The second page is the federal and state legally allowable deductions, i.e., the monthly gross-to-net income adjustments. The third page is the federal income tax deductions based on the IRS 1040. And the fourth page is the input parameters used in the web service to calculate the first three pages. Especially for those Pro Se litigants, AFS can also generate an Affidavit of Truthfulness statement and a Motion to Modify the Child Support.

We will separate each of the following examples with additional commentary, outlined in maroon.

Page 1 - State Guidelines / Child Support Obligation
This example is presented in portrait format. Landscape examples are above. Each obligation page is properly titled and references the appropriate statutes or appellate cases. Each line of every calculation is properly referencing the subparagraph of the statute with the line number from state Form 12.902(e). The parties and case number are properly displayed with the final obligation and the responsible party clearly indicated near the bottom. The date of the print is at the very bottom along with a digital CC key for each unique set of input parameters.

SUBSTANTIAL TIMESHARING CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES
Statutes §61.30(11)(b) (2001) & §61.30(11)(b)8 (2010)
DAVIS VS. DAVIS
CASE NO.: 2014-DR-243
MOTHERFATHERTOTALFLORIDA STATUTEFORM 12.902(e)
CUSTODIAL CHILD(REN)213§61.30(6)L2
NET MONTHLY INCOME$3653$8785$12438§61.30(5)L1
GUIDELINES$3027§61.30(6)L2
GROSS MONTHLY OBLIGATION
(GUIDELINES multiplied by 1.5)
$4540§61.30(11)(b)1L10
PERCENT OBLIGATION29.37%70.63%100%§61.30(9)L3
GROSS MONTHLY OBLIGATION
WITHOUT TIMESHARING
$1333.25$3206.63$4540§61.30(10)L11
PERCENT TIMESHARING45.21%54.79%100%§61.30(11)(b)2
§61.30(11)(b)8
L12
GROSS MONTHLY OBLIGATION
WITH TIMESHARING
$730.55$1449.57§61.30(11)(b)3L13
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT$293.68$706.32$1000.00§61.30(7)&(8)
§61.30(11)(b)4
L14&L15
ACTUAL ADDITIONAL SUPPORT PAID$400.00$600.00§61.30(5)
§61.30(11)(b)5
L17
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT TRANSFER PAYMENT$0.00$106.32§61.30(11)(b)5L18
FINAL/NET MONTHLY OBLIGATION
WITH TIMESHARING
$730.55$1555.90§61.30(11)(b)6L19&L20
FATHER'S MONTHLY PAYMENT TO MOTHER$825.35§61.30(11)(b)4L21
CHILDREN SPLIT IN A COMPLEX ARRANGEMENT
ACCURATE FAMILY SUPPORT ©2013 - 2017
This is NOT a court order, income withholding order (IWO), nor can it modify an existing IWO.
For more information, go to: https://accuratefamilysupport.com/afs/default/disclaimer_and_terms_of_use.
Printed: February 13, 2017 CC: 467254a7da3be01c254db7b81f76bd6b8a3fa075, Prepared for: Jones & Smith, Attorneys of Law

Page 2 - Legally Allowable State and Federal Monthly Gross-to-Net Income Adjustments
Although portrait format is presented here, this page will also print as the left half of the landscape format, shown above. Again, parties and case clearly indicated at the top with the digital CC key at the bottom to link it to the other pages. Filing status with dependents and minor children in the case are clearly indicated. Incomes, federal and state deductions are itemized. The "Gross Adjusted Net Incomes" are then used as the inputs for the above first page support obligation.

For increased transparency and calculation security, AFS will show any overrides of the calculations by highlighting the below calculations with italics. This is discussed further under: Forthrightness 1: Federal Income Tax Deduction and its Distortion (51% difference DPA v DPA, 0.025% difference AFS v DPA).

MONTHLY GROSS-TO-NET INCOME ADJUSTMENTS WITH STANDARD STATE DEDUCTIONS
DAVIS VS. DAVISMOTHERFATHERCASE NO.: 2014-DR-243
Filing StatusHOHHOHmonthly for tax year: 2016
Minor Children21dependents, under the age of 17.
Major Children00dependents, ages 18, 19, or college students under 24.
Other Dependents00dependents, "permanently and totally disabled".
§61.30(2) Gross Incomes
Wage and Salary266712250
Self-Employment01000loss is negative (-)
Social Security00
NonFederal00
NonTaxable00
Other00loss is negative (-)
Gross Incomes266713250
§61.30(3)(a) Tax Deductions
Federal10.312174.79credit is negative (-), i.e., EITC.
FICA - Social Security165.35883.50
FICA - Medicare38.67206.62
Self/State/Local/Other0.000.00refund is negative (-)
Tax Deductions2143265
§61.30(3)(b)-(g) State Deductions
Alimony / Spousal Support-12001200received support is negative(-)
Federal Insurance00
Mandatory Union Dues00
Mandatory Retirement00
Parent's Health Insurance00
Other Child Support00
State Deductions-12001200
Total Deductions-9864465
Gross Adjusted Net Incomes3652.668785.08monthly for tax year: 2016
ACCURATE FAMILY SUPPORT ©2013 - 2017: Printed: February 13, 2017 CC: 467254a7da3be01c254db7b81f76bd6b8a3fa075

Page 3 - Federal Income Tax based on the IRS 1040
The tax year, parties, case, filing status, minor children used for deduction purposes, and the digital CC key at the bottom are all clearly indicated. Each entry and calculation on this page are formally referencing the particular line on the IRS 1040 form. The final "Monthly Federal Tax" calculations, at the bottom, are then used as inputs on above Page 2 under "Federal Tax Deductions".

AFS has proven to be more accurate then its competition, especially for higher wage earners. This is discussed further under: Practical 5: Big Earners with Big Daycare, Big Alimony, for 6 Split Children (~22% difference).

For increased transparency and calculation security, AFS will show any overrides of the calculations by highlighting the below calculations with italics. This is discussed further under: Forthrightness 1: Federal Income Tax Deduction and its Distortion (51% difference DPA v DPA, 0.025% difference AFS v DPA).

FEDERAL IRS FORM 1040 DETAILS (ANNUALLY for TAX YEAR 2016)
DAVIS VS. DAVIS
CASE NO.: 2014-DR-243
MOTHERFATHERIRS Form 1040 Line# / Notes
Filing StatusHOHHOH1 - 5 / Filing Status.
Minor Children216 / dependents, under the age of 17.
Major Children006 / dependents, ages 18, 19, or college students under 24.
Other Dependents006 / dependents, "permanently and totally disabled".
Federal IRS Form 1040 (2016), Page 1
Incomes46,404159,00022 / accrued.
Deductions014,40036 / accrued.
Adjusted Gross Income46,404144,60037 & 38 / (Incomes - Deductions).
Federal IRS Form 1040 (2016), Page 2
Standard Deductions-9,300-9,30040
Exemptions-12,150-8,10042
Taxable Income24,954127,20043
Tax Bracket15.0%25.0%
Tax3,08426,09844 / tax without credits.
Dependent Care Credit-960-049 / for day care under 13 years old.
Child Tax Credit-2,000-052 / for dependent children under 17 years old.
Earned Income Tax Credit-0-066a / EIC or EITC.
Additional Child Tax Credit-0-067 / for dependent children under 17 years old.
Federal Tax12426,09875, 78 / Annual Tax Actually Paid for Tax Year 2016
Monthly Federal Tax for Gross-to-Net Adjustments
Monthly Federal Tax10.312,174.79MONTHLY for TAX YEAR 2016
ACCURATE FAMILY SUPPORT ©2013 - 2017: Printed: February 13, 2017 CC: 467254a7da3be01c254db7b81f76bd6b8a3fa075

Page 4 - Raw Input Parameters
.The following portrait print shows all input parameters used by the litigant or attorney to derive the final obligation. These are good for transparency and comparison to other support worksheets or obligations.

DAVIS V DAVIS DUVAL CASE NO.: 2014-DR-243 DOM FILED: 2014-01-02
CID(6):WID(3) SHEET NAME: SUBSTANTIAL OR SPLIT RESIDENTIAL NUMBER OF MARITAL MINOR CHILDREN: 3
PETITIONERRESPONDENT
NET INCOME$3652.66$8785.08PER MONTH
CHILD CARE$400.00$0.00PER MONTH
HEALTH INSURANCE$0.00$600.00PER MONTH
HEALTH CARE$0.00$0.00PER MONTH
CHILDREN'S INCOME$0.00PER MONTH
NUMBER OF OVER NIGHTS495.00600.00PER YEAR
NUMBER OF FULLTIME CHILDREN21FOR SPLIT CUSTODY
COMPLEX TIMESHARING/SPLIT ARRANGEMENTS NUMBER OF CHILD ENTRIES: 3
HANNAH (FEMALE) DOB: 1997-03-02, who primarily lives with the RESPONDENT, the child's status is: STANDARD VISITATION, and is a dependent of the RESPONDENT. Child Care: [$0.00|$0.00], Health Insurance: [$0.00|$200.00], Health Cost: [$0.00|$0.00] above Health Insurance, and Child's Income: $0.00, with OVER NIGHTS: [20.0|None].
DAVID (MALE) DOB: 2007-01-20, who primarily lives with the PETITIONER, the child's status is: STANDARD VISITATION, and is NOT a dependent of the PETITIONER. Child Care: [$200.00|$0.00], Health Insurance: [$0.00|$200.00], Health Cost: [$0.00|$0.00] above Health Insurance, and Child's Income: $0.00, with OVER NIGHTS: [None|72.0].
JAMAAL (MALE) DOB: 2010-02-19, who primarily lives with the PETITIONER, the child's status is: SPLIT WITH VISITATION, and is a dependent of the PETITIONER. Child Care: [$200.00|$0.00], Health Insurance: [$0.00|$200.00], Health Cost: [$0.00|$0.00] above Health Insurance, and Child's Income: $0.00, with OVER NIGHTS: [None|183.0].
GROSS-TO-NET ADJUSTMENTS (ANNUALLY & EMPTY ITEMS FOR BOTH PARTIES NOT SHOWN)
PETITIONERRESPONDENT
FILING STATUSDEFAULTDEFAULTlines 1-5, f1040
ACTIVE MILITARYNONO
NUMBER OF MINOR CHILDREN21line 6, f1040
WAGE INCOME266712250line 7, f1040
ALIMONY INCOME12000line 11, f1040, and s61.30(3)(g)
BUSINESS INCOME01000line 12, f1040
ALIMONY DEDUCTION01200line 31, f1040, and s61.30(3)(g)
DEPENDENT CARE EXPENSE4000line 49, f1040
ACCURATE FAMILY SUPPORT ©2013 - 2017: Printed: February 13, 2017 CC: 467254a7da3be01c254db7b81f76bd6b8a3fa075

Page 5 - Affidavit of Truthfulness of Child Support Documents
Intended more for the Pro Se litigant, the following is a statement of truthfulness to the court.

IN THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO.: 2014-DR-243
DIVISION: B

BRIAN DAVIS,
  Father, Petitioner,
and
ALICE DAVIS,
  Mother, Respondent,


AFFIDAVIT OF TRUTHFULNESS OF CHILD SUPPORT DOCUMENTS

Comes now the Respondent, Brian Davis, in the above styled cause does hereby swear or affirm under oath to the truthfulness of the claims made in the data entered in these child support obligation calculation reports and that punishment for knowingly making false statement(s) includes fines and/or imprisonment.

Said entered data is fully supported by financial affidavits, IRS tax returns, W2s, employee paystubs, and other related documents and/or evidence and transcripted testimony, of both parties in the above cited case. Said entered data has been processed with the enclosed reports by Accurate Family Support and said processing has been fully referenced and cited based on Florida Statutes and Case Law.





________________________________________

Brian Davis, Pro Se
342 Truman Drive
Orlando, Florida 32811



CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true copy of the foregoing has been furnished to Alice Davis, Pro Se, 133 Reagan Way, Jacksonville, Florida 32245 by U.S. Mail this 14th day of February 2017.


Page 6 - Motion to Modify/Correct Child Support Obligation
Intended more for the Pro Se litigant, the following is a motion to the court requesting a change in the child support obligation.

IN THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO.: 2014-DR-243
DIVISION: B

BRIAN DAVIS,
  Father, Petitioner,
and
ALICE DAVIS,
  Mother, Respondent,


MOTION TO MODIFY/CORRECT CHILD SUPPORT OBLIGATION

Comes now the undersigned Former Husband, Brian Davis, in the above cited case for Dissolution of Marriage, moves this Honorable Court to modify the child support obligation paid by the Former Husband, and as grounds therefore would show that:

1. The Court entered a Final Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage on March 1, 2014 and maintains jurisdiction in this case.

2. The child support obligation currently paid by the Former Husband, by and through the Final Judgment as stated in Paragraph 9, is $2,244.08 per month.

3. Both the Former Husband and Former Wife have mutually agreed to allow the marital children to equally share time between the two residences.

4. Under the current guidelines and the current change in circumstance of the visitation schedule, as stated in Paragraph 3, the child support obligation of the Former Husband should be $825 per month, as shown by the enclosed statutory guidelines worksheet.

5. Pursuant to Statute 6.130(1)(b), the difference between the existing monthly obligation, $2,244.08 per month, and the amount provided for under the guidelines, $825.35 per month, is at least 15%, thereby the Former Husband prays this Honorable Court will grant a hearing and modify the child support obligation accordingly.

WHEREFORE, the undersigned Former Husband respectfully prays this Honorable Court will respect the visitation changes of the marital children and therefore modify the child support obligation paid by the Former Husband in the above matters, in the above styled cause.





________________________________________

Brian Davis, Pro Se
342 Truman Drive
Orlando, Florida 32811



CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true copy of the foregoing has been furnished to Alice Davis, Pro Se, 133 Reagan Way, Jacksonville, Florida 32245 by U.S. Mail this 14th day of February 2017.

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Federal Income Withdrawal Order (IWO) and State Addendum

AFS not only provides the above full documentation deriving the final child support obligations, it also provides updated and current federal Income Withdrawal Orders (IWO) and their associated state addenda. These forms are sent to the employer of the parent required to pay the child support and is commonly known as a garnishment. Most of the below fields are automatically filled by this web service and any additional information to complete the form is done within 10 (ten) minutes.

INCOME WITHHOLDING FOR SUPPORT

ORIGINAL INCOME WITHHOLDING ORDER/NOTICE FOR SUPPORT (IWO)
AMENDED IWO
ONE-TIME ORDER/NOTICE FOR LUMP SUM PAYMENT
TERMINATION of IWO                      Date: February 13, 2017

Child Support Enforcement (CSE) Agency Court Attorney Private Individual/Entity (Check One)
NOTE: This IWO must be regular on its face. Under certain circumstances you must reject this IWO and return it to the sender (see IWO instructions www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/css/resource/income-withholding-for-support-instructions). If you receive this document from someone other than a State or Tribal CSE agency or a Court, a copy of the underlying order must be attached.

State/Tribe/Territory STATE OF FLORIDARemittance Identifier (include w/payment) 16-2014-DR-243-FM
City/County/Dist./Tribe JACKSONVILLE, DUVALOrder Identifier FINAL JUDGMENT OF PATERNITY
Private Individual/Entity CSE Agency Case Identifier
CENVEO, INC.RE:DAVIS, BRIAN
Employer/Income Withholder's NameEmployee/Obligator's Name (Last, First, Middle)
126 WESTPORT ROADXXX-XX-1325
Employer/Income Withholder's AddressEmployee/Obligator's Social Security Number
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32218 DAVIS, ALICE
Custodial Party/Obligee's Name (Last, First, Middle)
Employer/Income Withholder's FEIN 22-9668425
Child(ren)'s Name(s) (Last, First, Middle)Child(ren)'s Birth Date(s)
1.DAVIS, HANNAH1997-03-02
2.DAVIS, DAVID2007-01-20
3.DAVIS, JAMAAL2010-02-19
4.
5.
6.
ORDER INFORMATION: This document is based on the support or withholding order from STATE OF FLORIDA (State/Tribe). You are required by law to deduct these amounts from the employee/obligor’s income until further notice.
$825.35PerMONTH current child support
$Per past-due child support - Arrears greater than 12 weeks? Yes No
$Per current cash medical support
$Per past-due cash medical support
$Per current spousal support
$Per past-due spousal support
$5.25PerPAY PERIOD other (must specify). DEPOSITORY FEE-4% NOT LESS THAN $1.25 NOR GREATER THAN $5.25
for a Total Amount to Withhold of $830.60 per MONTH.
AMOUNTS TO WITHHOLD: You do not have to vary your pay cycle to be in compliance with the Order Information. If your pay cycle does not match the ordered payment cycle, withhold one of the following amounts:
$195.71per weekly pay perid$417.92per semimonthly pay period (twice a month)
$386.18per biweekly pay period (every two weeks)$830.60per monthly pay period
$Lump Sum Payment: Do not stop any existing IWO unless you receive a termination order.
REMITTANCE INFORMATION: If the employee/obligor's principal place of employment is STATE OF FLORIDA(State/Tribe), you must begin withholding no later than the first pay period that occurs 15 days after the date of ENTRY. Send payment within 2 working days of the pay date. If you cannot withhold the full amount of support for any or all orders for this employee/obligor, withhold up to 55% of disposable income. If the obligor is a non-employee, obtain withholding limits from Supplemental Information on page 3. If the employee/obligor's principal place of employment is not STATE OF FLORIDA(State/Tribe), obtain withholding limitations, time requirements, and any allowable employer fees at www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/css/resource/state-income-withholding-contacts-and-program-information for the employee/obligor's principal place of employment.
For electronic payment requirements and centralized payment collection and disbursement facility information (State Disbursement Unit (SDU)), see www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/css/employers/electronic-payments.
Include the Remittance Identifier with the payment and if necessary this FIPS code: 12031
Remit payment to STATE OF FLORIDA DISBURSEMENT UNIT at P.O. BOX 8500, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 32314-8500
Return to Sender [Completed by Employer/Income Withholder]. Payment must be directed to an SDU in accordance with 42 USC §666(b)(5) and (b)(6) or Tribal Payee (see Payments to SDU below). If payment is not directed to an SDU/Tribal Payee or this IWO is not regular on its face, you must check this box and return the IWO to the sender.
Document Track Identifier 16-2014-DR-243-FM                     OMB 0970-0154

Signature of Judge/Issuing Official (if required by State or Tribal law):
Print Name of Judge/Issuing Official: THE HONORABLE JOHN MERRITT
Title of Judge/Issuing Official: CIRCUIT JUDGE
Date of Signature: February 13, 2017

If the employee/obligor works in a State or for a Tribe that is different from the State or Tribe that issued this order, a copy of this IWO must be provided to the employee/obligor.
If checked, the employer/income withholder must provide a copy of this form to the employee/obligor.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR EMPLOYERS/INCOME WITHHOLDERS

State-specific contact and withholding information can be found on the Federal Employer Services website located at
www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/css/resource/state-income-withholding-contacts-and-program-information.

Priority: Withholding for support has priority over any other legal process under State law against the same income (USC 42 §666(b)(7)). If a Federal tax levy is in effect, please notify the sender.

Combining Payments: When remitting payments to an SDU or Tribal CSE agency, you may combine withheld amounts from more than one employee/obligor's income in a single payment. You must, however, separately identify each employee/obligor's portion of the payment.

Payments To SDU: You must send child support payments payable by income withholding to the appropriate SDU or to a Tribal CSE agency. If this IWO instructs you to send a payment to an entity other than an SDU (e.g., payable to the custodial party, court, or attorney), you must check the box above and return this notice to the sender. Exception: If this IWO was sent by a Court, Attorney, or Private Individual/Entity and the initial order was entered before January 1, 1994 or the order was issued by a Tribal CSE agency, you must follow the “Remit payment to” instructions on this form.

Reporting the Pay Date: You must report the pay date when sending the payment. The pay date is the date on which the amount was withheld from the employee/obligor's wages. You must comply with the law of the State (or Tribal law if applicable) of the employee/obligor's principal place of employment regarding time periods within which you must implement the withholding and forward the support payments.

Multiple IWOs: If there is more than one IWO against this employee/obligor and you are unable to fully honor all IWOs due to Federal, State, or Tribal withholding limits, you must honor all IWOs to the greatest extent possible, giving priority to current support before payment of any past-due support. Follow the State or Tribal law/procedure of the employee/obligor's principal place of employment to determine the appropriate allocation method.

Lump Sum Payments: You may be required to notify a State or Tribal CSE agency of upcoming lump sum payments to this employee/obligor such as bonuses, commissions, or severance pay. Contact the sender to determine if you are required to report and/or withhold lump sum payments.

Liability: If you have any doubts about the validity of this IWO, contact the sender. If you fail to withhold income from the employee/obligor's income as the IWO directs, you are liable for both the accumulated amount you should have withheld and any penalties set by State or Tribal law/procedure.


Anti-discrimination: You are subject to a fine determined under State or Tribal law for discharging an employee/obligor from employment, refusing to employ, or taking disciplinary action against an employee/obligor because of this IWO.



Withholding Limits: You may not withhold more than the lesser of: 1) the amounts allowed by the Federal Consumer Credit Protection Act (CCPA) (15 USC §1673(b)); or 2) the amounts allowed by the state of the employee/obligor's principal place of employment or tribal law if a tribal order (see Remittance Information). Disposable income is the net income after mandatory deductions such as: state, federal, local taxes; Social Security taxes; statutory pension contributions; and Medicare taxes. The federal limit is 50% of the disposable income if the obligor is supporting another family and 60% of the disposable income if the obligor is not supporting another family. However, those limits increase 5% --to 55% and 65% --if the arrears are greater than 12 weeks. If permitted by the state or tribe, you may deduct a fee for administrative costs. The combined support amount and fee may not exceed the limit indicated in this section.

OMB Expiration Date - 7/31/2017. The OMB Expiration Date has no bearing on the termination date of the IWO; it identifies the version of the form currently in use.

Employer’s Name:CENVEO, INC.      Employer FEIN:22-9668425
Employee/Obligor’s:DAVIS, BRIAN      SSN:XXX-XX-1325
CSE Agency Case Identifier:      Order Identifier:FINAL JUDGMENT OF PATERNITY
For tribal orders, you may not withhold more than the amounts allowed under the law of the issuing tribe. For tribal employers/income withholders who receive a state IWO, you may not withhold more than the limit set by tribal law.

Depending upon applicable state or tribal law, you may need to consider amounts paid for health care premiums in determining disposable income and applying appropriate withholding limits.

Arrears greater than 12 weeks? If the Order Information does not indicate that the arrears are greater than 12 weeks, then the Employer should calculate the CCPA limit using the lower percentage.

Supplemental Information:



NOTIFICATION OF EMPLOYMENT TERMINATION OR INCOME STATUS: If this employee/obligor never worked for you or you are no longer withholding income for this employee/obligor, an employer must promptly notify the CSE agency and/or the sender by returning this form to the address listed in the Contact Information below:

This person has never worked for this employer nor received periodic income.

This person no longer works for this employer nor receives periodic income.

Please provide the following information for the employee/obligor:

Termination date:                    Last known phone number:             
Last known address:                                        
Final payment date to SDU/ Tribal Payee:             Final payment amount:             
New employer’s name:             
New employer’s address:             


CONTACT INFORMATION:

To Employer/Income Withholder: If you have any questions, contact DOMESTIC RELATIONS DEPOSITORY (Issuer name) by phone at (904) 255 - 2121, by fax at (904) 255 - 2158, by email or website at: .

Send termination/income status notice and other correspondence to: (Issuer address).

To Employee/Obligor: If the employee/obligor has questions, contact DOMESTIC RELATIONS DEPOSITORY (Issuer name) by phone at (904) 255 - 2121, by fax at (904) 255 - 2158, by email or website at: .

IMPORTANT: The person completing this form is advised that the information may be shared with the employee/obligor.

The Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995
This information collection and associated responses are conducted in accordance with 45 CFR 303.100 of the Child Support Enforcement Program. This form is designed to provide uniformity and standardization. Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 5 minutes per response for Non-IV-D CPs; 2 minutes per response for employers; 3 seconds for e-IWO employers, including the time for reviewing instructions, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and reviewing the collection of information.

An agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to, a collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number.

IN THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO.: 2014-DR-243
DIVISION: B

IN RE: The Marriage of:
ALICE DAVIS, Petitioner, Mother
 and
BRIAN DAVIS, Respondent, Father


FLORIDA ADDENDUM TO INCOME WITHHOLDING ORDER

THE PAYOR, CENVEO, INC., 126 WESTPORT ROAD, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32218, IS HEREBY NOTIFIED that, under sections 61.13 and 61.1301, Florida Statutes, you have the responsibilities and rights set forth below with regard to the Income Withholding Order/Notice for Support.

  1. The Income Withholding Order/Notice for Support is enforceable against employers specifically listed upon the form as well as all subsequent employers/payors of Obligor, BRIAN DAVIS (SSN: XXX-XX-1325), 342 TRUMAN DRIVE, ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32811.
  2. You are required to deduct from the obligor’s income the amount specified in the income withholding order, and in the case of a delinquency the amount specified in the notice of delinquency, and to pay that amount to the State of Florida Disbursement Unit. The amount actually deducted plus all administrative charges shall not be in excess of the amount allowed under section 303(b) of the Consumer Credit Protection Act, 15 U.S.C. Section 1673(b), as amended.
  3. You must implement the income deduction no later than the first payment date which occurs no more than 14 days after the date the income deduction order was served on you, and you shall conform the amount specified in the income withholding order to the obligor’s pay cycle. The court should request at the time of the order that the payment cycle will reflect that of the obligor.
  4. You must forward, within 2 days after each date the obligor is entitled to payment from you, to the State of Florida Disbursement Unit, the amount deducted from the obligor’s income, a statement as to whether the amount totally or partially satisfies the periodic amount specified in the income withholding order, and the specific date each deduction is made. If the IV-D agency is enforcing the order, you shall make these notifications to the agency.
  5. If you fail to deduct the proper amount from the obligor’s income, you are liable for the amount you should have deducted, plus costs, interest, and reasonable attorneys’ fees.
  6. You may collect up to $5 against the obligor’s income to reimburse you for the administrative costs for the first income deduction and up to $2 for each deduction thereafter.
  7. The Income Withholding Order/Notice for Support is binding on you until further notice by court order or until you no longer provide income to the obligor.
  8. When you no longer provide income to the obligor, you shall notify the obligee, ALICE DAVIS (SSN: XXX-XX-4568), 133 REAGAN WAY, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32245, and provide the obligor’s last known address and the name and address of the obligor’s new payor, if known, utilizing the form contained within the Income Withholding Order/Notice for Support. If you violate this provision, you are subject to a civil penalty not to exceed $250 for the first violation or $500 for any subsequent violation. If the IV-D agency is enforcing the order, you shall make these notifications to the agency instead of the obligee. Penalties shall be paid to the obligee or the IV-D agency, whichever is enforcing the income deduction order.
  9. You shall not discharge, refuse to employ, or take disciplinary action against an obligor because of the requirement for income deduction. A violation of this provision subjects you to a civil penalty not to exceed $250 for the first violation or $500 for any subsequent violation. Penalties shall be paid to the obligee or the IV-D agency, whichever is enforcing the income deduction, if any alimony or child support obligation is owing. If no alimony or child support obligation is owing, the penalty shall be paid to the obligor.
  10. The obligor may bring a civil action in the courts of this state against a payor who refuses to employ, discharges, or otherwise disciplines an obligor because of income deduction. The obligor is entitled to reinstatement of all wages and benefits lost, plus reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs incurred.
  11. In a Title IV-D case, if an obligation to pay current support is reduced or terminated due to the emancipation of a child and the obligor owes an arrearage, retroactive support, delinquency, or costs, income deduction continues at the rate in effect immediately prior to emancipation until all arrearages, retroactive support, delinquencies, and costs are paid in full or until the amount of withholding is modified.
  12. All notices to the obligee shall be sent to the address provided in this notice to payor, or any place thereafter the obligee requests in writing.
  13. An employer who employed 10 or more employees in any quarter during the preceding state fiscal year or who was subject to and paid tax to the Department of Revenue in an amount of $20,000 or more shall remit support payments deducted pursuant to an income deduction order or income deduction notice and provide associated case data to the State Disbursement Unit by electronic means approved by the department. Payors who are required to remit support payments electronically can find more information on how to do so by accessing the State Disbursement Unit’s website at www.floridasdu.com and clicking on “Payments.” Payment options include Expert Pay, Automated Clearing House (ACH) credit through your financial institution, www.myfloridacounty.com, or Western Union. Payors may contact the SDU Customer Service Employer telephone line at 1-888-883-0743.
  14. The amount of arrears owed, if any, is $0.00. You must withhold an additional twenty percent (20%) or more of the ongoing periodic obligation towards same at the rate of $0.00 per MONTH until full payment is made of any arrearage, attorneys’ fees and costs—provided that no deduction shall be applied to attorneys’ fees and costs until the full amount of any arrearage is paid. If a delinquency accrues after the order establishing, modifying, or enforcing support has been entered and there is no existing order for repayment of the delinquency or a pre-existing arrearage, a payor shall deduct $0.00 per MONTH (which represents an additional twenty percent (20%) of the current support obligation, or other amount agreed to by the parties) until the delinquency and any attorneys’ fees and costs are paid in full. No deduction may be applied to attorneys’ fees and costs until the delinquency is paid in full.
  15. Pursuant to sections 61.13 and 61.1301, Florida Statutes, the amounts listed for payment on the Income Withholding Order must be varied by the employer/payor for bonus income, or similar one-time payment: You shall deduct [Choose only one] the full amount, %, or none of the income which is payable to the obligor in the form of a bonus or other similar one-time payment, up to the amount of arrearage reported in the Income Deduction Order or the remaining balance thereof, and forward the payment to the State of Florida Disbursement Unit. For purposes of this subparagraph, “bonus” means a payment in addition to an obligor’s usual compensation and which is in addition to any amounts contracted for or otherwise legally due and shall not include any commission payments due an obligor.
  16. Child Support Reduction/Termination Schedule. Child support amount listed on the IWO shall be automatically reduced or terminated as set forth in the following schedule:
    Children
    listed by initials from eldest to youngest.
    The day, month, and year the child support obligation terminates for each designated child.The amount of child support for all minor children remaining (including designated child).
    Child 1:
    HANNAH 03/02/1997
    From the effective date of this Income Withdrawal Order until the following date:03/02/2015Child support for Child 1 and all other younger child(ren) should be paid in the following monthly amount:$825.35
    Child 2:
    DAVID 01/20/2007
    After the date set forth in the row above until the following date:01/20/2025Child support for Child 2 and all other younger child(ren) should be paid in the following monthly amount:$679.06
    Child 3:
    JAMAAL 02/19/2010
    After the date set forth in the row above until the following date:02/19/2028Child support for Child 3 and all other younger child(ren) should be paid in the following monthly amount:$476.67
    NOTE: This change only relates to the amount of the child support obligation portion of the payments listed in the first page of the Income Withholding Order. If there is a child support arrearage in a Title IV-D case, the amount will not be reduced due to the child no longer being eligible for support pursuant to paragraph 11 above.
  17. Additional information regarding the implementation of income deduction may be found at www.floridasdu.com.

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Judge John Merritt
Fourth Circuit Cout, Division: B

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