Attorney Modifications & Enforcement Of Divorce Orders
Attorney Assistance On Enforcement & Modification Of Divorce Orders
An existing divorce decree can always be modified. While many speak of finalizing their divorce, a marital dissolution agreement is anything but final. Jobs change. Second marriages occur. Some ex-spouses take it upon themselves to implement their own modifications and violate the divorce decree outright, requiring enforcement or possible contempt of court.
Protection of your rights does not end when a judge signs your divorce papers. At Sparkman Law Firm, in Florida, we represent clients seeking post-judgment help with their divorce.
If your financial or professional situation has changed following a divorce, you can revisit the agreement and seek modifications. Contact us at our Tampa office today.
Divorce Modifications Are Sometimes Necessary
At Sparkman Law Firm, we understand that changing a divorce decree can affect the peaceful co-existence of a divorced couple. One spouse may have lost a job or an opportunity for overtime, affecting child support and alimony. A second marriage and possible relocation across the country may loom, impacting parenting plans and time sharing.
Ex-Spouses Who Violate Support And Custody Agreements Must Be Held Accountable
More contentious, post-divorce issues arise when an ex-spouse violates the divorce decree. He or she may deny payment or fall short in the required amount for spousal support or child support. Protect your rights immediately. You have options to secure immediate relief with the help of an experienced attorney. Your divorce decree is your law that must be followed, even if it involves emergency motions filed in court or a contempt of court action.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding a child support modification or visitation enforcement, please contact us.