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Post Divorce Enforcement

Post Divorce Enforcement

Sometimes it is necessary to take legal action after divorce or legal separation because one party has defaulted in his or her obligations.  It is always best for the client who discovers the default to contact an attorney as soon as possible to review the default and offer advice as to how to get the defaulting party to comply with his or her obligations.  Willful defaults can result in the Court awarding reimbursement of costs and legal fees to the injured party and therefore it is important to get legal advice as soon as possible.

Practice Areas

Alimony, Child Custody, Child Support Including Review and Modifications, Divorce and Family Litigation, Financial Analysis and Divorce Accounting Issues, Grandparent's Rights, Legal Separations, Parenting Time (Child Custody), Post Divorce Enforcement, Pre-Marital and Post-Marital Agreements, Property Division, Tax Ramifications of Divorce, Visitation