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Child custody & support problems may lead to Florida legal action

Not paying child support can have negative impacts on multiple individuals. Many single Florida parents rely on such support in order to buy necessities for their children. However, child custody & support issues are not uncommon, and if individuals do not make their required payments, they could face serious legal action in both criminal and family law courtrooms.

Reasons behind divorce may affect Florida cases

When faced with an enormous life change such as divorce, many Florida residents may question their reasons for following through with such an action. It is not unusual for there to be clear-cut reasons behind the decision to divorce, like an extramarital affair or spousal abuse. Similarly, it is not unusual for individuals to not have a more profound reasoning other than the relationship no longer bringing them happiness. 

New law provides more divorce options in Florida

When you hear the word divorce what is the first thing you think of? Many people would say fighting, anger or a drawn-out legal battle. Collaboration is probably not at the top of the list. Thanks to a new Florida law, however, collaboration and divorce may soon be more commonly thought of together.

Negative actions could lead to child custody & support issues

When Florida residents are concerned for the welfare of their children, the idea of potentially having to share custody could be anxiety-inducing. As a result, many individuals going through divorce could face considerable child custody & support issues. If parties would like to make the most out of their situations in attempts to make custody arrangements workable, they may wish to avoid certain actions.

Social media hiatus may be helpful during Florida divorce

When an individual faces a big change in his or her life, it is common in this day and age to head to social media to discuss the topic. However, if the topic is divorce, Florida residents may wish to think twice before posting any scathing remarks or photos of their get-away destinations. Because social media creates a permanent log of a user's life, he or she could be potentially creating evidence to be used during divorce proceedings.

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