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2018 Florida Statutes

F.S. 61.747
61.747 Order for child support.If a court has issued an order granting caretaking authority, or an agreement granting caretaking authority has been executed, the court may enter a temporary order for child support authorized by general law if the court has jurisdiction under the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act. If a temporary order for child support is entered under this section, the court may:
(1) Enter a temporary order for child support from the deploying parent to the other parent pursuant to s. 61.30;
(2) Require the deploying parent to enroll the child as a military dependent with DEERS, TriCare, or other similar benefits available to military dependents as provided by the deploying parent’s branch of service; or
(3) Suspend, abate, or reduce the child support obligation of the other parent until the custody judgment or time-share order previously in effect is reinstated.
History.s. 1, ch. 2018-69.