My question involves divorce in the State of: Florida
I have a serious health problem and have just recently been approved for Social Security disability benefits. My wife and I have been married for 19 years. She has been working for a fast food establishment for 24 years. She is always at work, which has been a major part of the problem. We have not been remotely intimate in any way for over 3 years. Because of my health problems I have also had to recently file for bankruptcy since I have not been able to work for over a year. My 14 year old son also receives $608.00 montly benefits due to my disability. Does any of that money he receives from the Social Security Administration count toward any type od child support that I may have to pay? Are there any special stipulations in Florida divorce laws concerning my situation of being disabled that may help me? I may ask for either primary custody or equal custody due to the fact that my soon to be ex wife is always at work and I would be able to spend more time with my son.