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When do child support payments end?

If you are required to pay child support, you could be struggling with various legal matters and have a number of questions. For example, you may be unsure of whether your child support order can be modified or you could be unable to fulfill your obligations because of economic hardship. If you live in Lee County, Florida, or any part of the U.S., it is vital to find answers to any important questions you have, such as when your child support obligations end. After all, child support problems can carry serious consequences, including fines and even jail time.

Am I able to seek a protective injunction?

If you have experienced domestic violence or are currently involved in an abusive relationship, daily life may be very challenging and you could be unsure of what to do next. However, it is very important to understand all of your options and identify the smartest course of action. Depending on your situation, you may be able to obtain a protective injunction to prevent domestic violence in Lee County, or another part of Florida.

When will my prenup take effect?

Also known as premarital agreements, prenuptial agreements offer various advantages and may be beneficial for you, depending on your individual circumstances. That said, it is vital to ensure that your prenup covers every base and will be enforceable. If you live in Lee County, or another part of Florida, a prenuptial agreement could help you avoid some of the financial pitfalls that may come with divorce. However, you should find answers to any questions you have, such as when prenuptial agreements take effect, prior to signing the agreement.

How will a temporary injunction affect me?

If you are a domestic violence victim or have been accused of domestic violence, a temporary injunction could affect you in various ways. In Lee County, and all parts of Florida, it is vital to carefully assess your set of circumstances if you have found yourself in the middle of a domestic violence case. Although temporary injunctions are only in place for 15 days, your future may be seriously impacted if you are dealing with a domestic violence situation.

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