Modifications and Enforcement Orders
NEED TO UPDATE YOUR AGREEMENT?
Chad Barr Law Can Help
Life changes, kids grow older, incomes go up and down. As your life changes the agreements you made may need to change as well. If you have an existing court order relating to child support, alimony, or a similar agreement, it might be time to seek a modification to or enforcement of those existing orders through the Florida court system.
Modification and Enforcement of Child Support
Florida judges consider several factors when considering a change to the current court-ordered child support agreements. If there has been a substantial change to the child’s or parent’s circumstances, then modification may be necessary.
We can help you ensure the judge reviewing your modification request understands all the factors involved. Whether the current order needs to be enforced or modified to meet your changed circumstances, we’ll ensure all the facts are presented.
Financial concerns may weigh heavily on you when dealing with enforcement or modification of your child support order. If you’re dealing with these issues, contact us:
- Trouble meeting your child-support obligations? Act now! The earlier you address the issue, the faster we can make sure the courts know and make an adjustment to your current payment schedule.
- Need to enforce an agreement? If you’re having trouble making your ends meet because you’re not receiving the payments the court ordered, then we may be able to assist. Under Florida law, parties in contempt of court are usually required to pay the attorney’s fees and we request that they pay our fees when we seek the repayment of your back child support.
Modification and Enforcement of Alimony
Spousal maintenance or support, usually called alimony, is another area where we can assist with either a modification or enforce the court’s order.
If there has been a substantial change to your circumstances and you need to modify your current alimony agreement, then we can help. Depending on the changes to your life, you may no longer be able to meet the obligations the court put on you, or your former spouse may no longer need the support you have been providing.
If you haven’t been receiving the support you were granted by the court, we can assist in enforcing those payments and any monies past due.
Is there a need to hire an attorney for my legal matter?
Not all Family matters should require the assistance of an attorney. However, if you’re here asking, then there is a good chance you’ve reached the point where having a lawyer assist you is necessary.
You can always contact one of our family law attorneys to schedule your consultation. We can help you make the determination on whether legal representation is necessary. With our years of experience and passion for this field of work, we can help you reach the conclusion you and your family deserve. Call Chad Barr Law today at 407-599-9036.
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