When parents in Florida end their marriage, it often falls to at least one of the parents to pay child support. Sometimes both you and your ex-spouse have a child support obligation. At the law office of Michael E. Golub, we know that you want to determine as soon as possible if you will have to pay child support and, if so, how much. Your child support obligation depends a great deal on your individual circumstances. There are several different factors that go into the determination.
Going through a divorce can be a strenuous process. However, if the divorcing parties work together, it can make the process easier.
Florida parents who are separated or divorced might find the summer months a particularly nice break from the scheduled world of the school year. This time might give them more opportunities to do special things with their kids and ease the restrictions of tight bedtimes and other requirements. However, when the calendar turns to August, it is time to turn one's attention back to the school routines and finding a way to do this when kids live in two homes means parents must work well together.