Ending a marriage is typically a traumatic process that could be exacerbated by the presence of contention. However, collaborative law offers couples in Florida and elsewhere the opportunity to finalize a divorce amicably. Those who can sit down together and negotiate an agreement can save time and money, and they might even limit the conflict and trauma.
January is here and a new year has begun. People strive to remake themselves in the new year through resolutions and other changes. One of those changes is divorce and consequently January has become known as divorce month. For any one divorcing in Florida or elsewhere in Jan. 2019 or later, that divorce may be more expensive.
Divorce is never easy and can be further complicated when children are involved. Child support arrangements are meant to provide for the continued health and well-being of the couple's children in Florida. While child support agreements are often established by the court, the court does understand that circumstances can change. Child support payments can be revisited if a person's financial circumstances change. However, simply failing to pay child support can result in jail time.