Both parties agree to export and exchange divorce documents that may be necessary for the conclusion of this divorce agreement, including documents, title certificates, etc. The parties, because of irreconcilable differences in the marriage, entered into this marriage separation agreement to settle once and for all what they owe and what they can expect from each other. Each of the parties states that nothing was retained, that they honestly included everything they could imagine in the list of their assets and debts, and that they believed that the other was frank and honest in the development of this divorce agreement. Other debts: if there are debts whose payment is not specifically attributed to one party under this agreement, the party that incurred that debt is solely responsible for the payment of that debt and holds the other party unscathed. C. All child care payments are made in accordance with this agreement and are made as follows: [choose one:] – All child care payments are made directly by the appropriate public authority, the public servant or court, who are intended to receive and pay these family allowances in accordance with the laws of the State of Florida, or – All child care payments are paid directly to the parent who is covered by the Child Benefit , however, the parent to whom the payments are due reserves the right to request, after written notification to the paying parent, that these family allowances be paid directly to the appropriate public authority, officials or the court designated in accordance with Florida state laws to collect and pay such family allowances. Each party holds the other party unscathed, compensated and defends the other party against any liability arising from a delay in the payment of its respective obligations. However, the parties are aware that any promise to hold any debt, collective or not, is only an obligation between the parties themselves. This obligation does not apply to a commitment by a creditor or other third party with respect to a possible obligation that might exist between the parties and such a creditor. Therefore, the fact that one party has agreed to consider the other party unscathed from such a debt does not in any way prevent such a creditor or another third party from enforcing that obligation on either or both parties. Any such execution may, but is not limited to, legal action, reference to credit bureau reports, garrison and property tax, and the implementation of other enforcement mechanisms of this type.