Scottsdale Modifications & Enforcements Lawyers
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Family court orders regarding child custody, child support, and spousal maintenance can become unfair or unfeasible for individuals over time. After these orders have been put into effect by the courts, years can pass in which your circumstances may substantially change making these orders difficult or impossible to follow. In other cases, your ex-spouse or co-parent may have failed or refused to fulfill a court order regarding support or custody. Enforcing the order may be necessary through court action.
At kdlaw P.C., our accomplished modification and enforcement lawyers in Scottsdale can prepare your case for legal action to modify or enforce such orders. Backed by decades of experience and the expertise of a Certified Family Law Specialist, we are more than qualified and equipped to help you pursue a favorable outcome in court.
Modifications of Family Court Orders
As time passes, anyone’s life can change. When these changes are substantial in nature, they can seriously impact existing family court orders regarding support issues, child custody, and parenting plans.
Examples of When Modifications May be Made
Some examples of when modifications may be necessary included, but not limited to:
- You may have lost your job,
- You may need to relocate with your child(ren) to take advantage of a new job,
- You may have sustained a debilitating injury or illness,
- You may have additional children to support,
- Your child(ren) under a current support order may have new and different needs that demand attention.
These types of changes can affect both child and spousal support orders. In other cases, your co-parent may be violating your right to have access to your child(ren) or abusing some other aspect of the existing parenting plan.
In such cases, you have the right to pursue a modification of the current order. Each case is different and may be subject to different laws. At kdlaw P.C., we can handle all types of modifications, from the simple to the complex. We will prepare your case with supporting evidence and provide the strong advocacy you need in court.
Enforcement of Existing Family Court Orders
Where a parent or ex-spouse fails to abide by custody, child support, or spousal maintenance orders, you have the right to seek an enforcement through the court. Individuals who refuse or fail to pay support or abide by custody orders can be forced to do so through legal action. In support matters, the delinquent individual may be held in contempt of court and be subject to legal consequences.
These consequences can include:
- Wage garnishment
- Damaged credit reports
- Garnishment of tax refunds
- Seizure of bank accounts
- Real estate liens
- Loss of one’s driver’s license
- Professional license suspension
- Fines and jail time
Our team can fight for your rights in enforcing the financial support or the rights under custody arrangements to which you are entitled.
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At kdlaw P.C., we are ready to provide you with proficient advice and representation in all family law matters, including modifications and enforcement of all family law court orders. As experienced trial lawyers, we are never afraid to take your case to court should negotiation tactics prove unsuccessful.
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