The end of your divorce is often a time of muted celebration. On the one hand, you've just ended a major relationship, which can be a source of sorrow. On the other, however, is the fact that you have a fresh start and a future that's now wide open. You may also simply be glad that the process is officially over. Now you know what assets you can keep, what the terms for custody will be and how much child support you have to pay.
Feeling relieved about the finalization of your divorce is completely normal. It's also common to believe that those terms are written in stone. As you move on with your life, you may soon find that your situation changes, leaving you in a position where child support as ordered is no longer reasonable or workable with your budget. At that point, you'll be glad to know that you may have the option of adjusting support levels.