Post Divorce Modification / Enforcement of Court Orders

Post Divorce Modification / Enforcement of Court Orders

It’s a common scenario: Two parents reach a child custody agreement. Then something happens. A change in health, income, legal, or geographic status comes along, and one parent feels compelled to revisit the terms. Or one parent simply fails to honor the terms of the agreement.

If your ex-spouse seeks to amend an existing child court order, we give you a clear picture of your rights and how to defend them. Likewise, if a change in status has given you grounds for a modification, we aggressively assert your case in a manner that minimizes the impact on your children.

Should your ex-spouse fail to honor an agreement or court order, we’ll take effective steps through the courts to enforce the original terms.

If conditions arise that warrant the modification and/or enforcement of an existing court order, contact us to learn how to best prepare.