POST JUDGMENT MODIFICATION & ENFORCEMENT
Child Support Enforcement
After a divorce decree or child custody agreement has been finalized, it is sometimes necessary to modify the terms of the agreement. When a parent or former spouse is not living up to the terms of the decree or agreement, it may be necessary to use court enforcement to ensure that those terms are followed. If you are seeking to enforce or modify a court order, it is in your best interest to speak with an experienced post judgment modification and enforcement lawyers.
At the law firm of Kallins Little Delgado, our firm assists clients in the Tampa Bay area with modification and enforcement actions. We understand the need for legal action when situations change or when former spouses do not live up to their obligations. With more than three decades of experience, our board-certified trial lawyers are prepared to protect your best interests.
Post Judgment Modifications
In order to modify a court order or divorce agreement regarding spousal support, child support, child custody and visitation, it is necessary to show that the family situation has changed substantially. These changes may include employment changes, retirement, the needs of the children and other permanent and involuntary changes.
On the other hand, if the other party has disregarded the court order or divorce agreement, the court may enforce those agreements using contempt of court, wage garnishment and other instruments. We can help you petition the court for assistance if your ex-spouse has failed to live up to the terms of your divorce decree.