Those who have gone through a divorce in Florida, or anywhere, are likely familiar with how financially stressing the divorce process can be for both spouses. Some of the stress, naturally, may be difficult to avoid, but the process can be much less financially -- and emotionally -- taxing if couples choose to cooperate throughout the divorce process.
Some Florida parents may know how difficult it can be to collect child support payments from their former spouse when they live in the same town, or even the same state. However, the ability to collect child support can get even more difficult when one parent does not live within the United States. Legislation recently passed in the U.S. House of Representative may make this process easier if it is enacted into law.
The baby boomer generation was once marked for its relative affluence in an optimistic post-war society. In today's world, this generation is becoming known for another characteristic: divorce. As an increasing number of older American head toward divorce, they face a unique set of circumstances in order to reach a mutually-beneficial divorce settlement.
In many ways, there is a hastily drawn stigma around divorcing with children. For that reason, some Florida parents may consider avoiding divorce in favor of doing what they believe is right for their children, despite being unhappy and in some cases acting negatively toward each other in front of their children.