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Part of the child support calculation in Florida does take into account something called substantial time sharing. Substantial time sharing is anything over 20% with the child. It's determined by where the child lays his or her head at night. If you have more than approximately 75 days per year, it would have an impact on your support obligation. The theory is that if the children are with you, you're paying for their care and therefore should pay less in form of child support to the other parent.
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