It sounded like a fine idea: Reward divorced fathers who spend a lot oftime with their children by cutting back their child supportobligations.

But lawyers and family court judges are saying that a new Florida lawrequiring courts to do just that will hurt both the court system andthe children the law was intended to help. It may also, some warn, costthe state millions in federal aid.

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