Post-Divorce Issue Attorneys in Montgomery County
The seasoned attorneys at Shemtob Draganosky Taylor can help you address any changes in your circumstances and help you renegotiate child custody and child support matters. Additionally, if your former spouse is not living up to the terms of your property settlement agreement, our lawyers are adept at finding ways to enforce the terms of the agreement.
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Enforcing Marital Settlement Agreements
A marital settlement agreement, like any agreement, is only as good as the people entering into it. If your ex-spouse is not following through with the terms of your marital settlement agreement, we can take action to ensure that they ultimately meet their obligations. Our lawyers are experienced in handling contempt issues.
It is common for people’s circumstances to change after a divorce. In order to reflect these changes, the terms of a divorce agreement may need to be modified. Child custody can be modified based on the best interest of children. Child support is modifiable as well based on a substantial change in circumstances, such as an increase or decrease in income for one or both parties.
Spousal support or APL is modifiable until the time the divorce is finalized. Once divorce is final, alimony is usually not modifiable.
Whether a case of APL or spousal support, enforcement of child support, or the handling of a different family law matter, the attorneys at Shemtob Draganosky Taylor have the experience and knowledge to assist you with these issues. Our many years of experience have provided us with insight on how a court may rule in certain situations, and what direction a case is likely to take.
If you are facing post-divorce modifications or contempt issues and need legal assistance, contact Shemtob Draganosky Taylor today.