Does an award of child support require the court to determine net income of each parent…and include findings?
Yes; the failure to make adequate findings may result in a child support order being reversed. The court must determine the net income of each parent pursuant to Sec. 61.30.
For includable income see Sec. 61.30(2). For allowable deductions see Sec. 61.30.
Each order for child support shall contain a provision for health insurance coverage when that coverage is easily available.
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Armour v. McMiller (Fla. 5th DCA 2010)*