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Can child support be retroactively modified in Florida?

Usually no. However, there are certain circumstances where child support would be retroactively modified such as when filing a supplemental petition to modify the child support. Let’s say a few months go by or maybe a year goes by. We can go back with the court to go back to the date of the filing of the supplemental petition and have the modified child support start on that date.

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