Child Support – Findings of Fact Regarding Net Income in Florida

In awarding child support the final judgment must make findings of fact about each party’s net income.

“We conclude the only argument of merit is the former wife’s argument that the amended order is facially erroneous because it does not make any findings as to the net income of each party as a starting point for calculating child support or explain how the calculation was per formed. See Aguirre v. Aguirre, 985 So. 2d 1203, 1207 (Fla. 4th DCA 2008) (‘A final judgment is facially erroneous, requiring remand, where it does not make any findings as to the net income of each party as a starting point for calculating child support or explain how the calculation was performed.’).” Capo v. Capo 

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