Changing and Enforcing Your Court Orders
Just because your divorce is final does not mean your family law issues are complete. Families are always changing, and when circumstances change, divorce decrees have to change too. Modifications are often necessary to change a child or spousal support financial obligations. You may also have to return to court to enforce a court order if your ex-spouse is not abiding by the divorce decree.
Howell Post-Judgment Modification Attorneys
Circumstances change, especially financial circumstances. People get new jobs and their incomes increase. People also lose jobs or get hours cut. Significant changes in circumstances like these are often grounds to modify existing support orders.
At Spindler, Nausieda & Associates, we are determined to provide the most effective legal representation available, while serving our clients with compassion and integrity. When you are having difficulties financially, we understand the importance of resolving your legal concerns as promptly and favorably as possible. You can count on us to fight for your rights and make your life more financially stable.
Brighton Michigan Enforcement Lawyer
If your ex-spouse is not doing what they were ordered to do in your divorce decree, you can bring a post-judgment enforcement motion before the court. For example, if your spouse was ordered to sell the marital home or list it with a realtor within 60 days of the divorce and failed, the court can appoint a realtor and receiver to take the asset out of your spouse's control.
Additionally, if someone is failing to pay child or spousal support, our law firm can help you enforce the support order and request back support or arrears from the other party from the time of filing the motion.
Helping Military and Out-of-State Clients
We represent people all over the United States who have legal cases in Michigan. If you were divorced in Michigan and your ex-spouse still lives here, any post-judgment modifications or enforcement actions will stay here.
Let Us Take on the Worry For You
Contact us to schedule a consultation to discuss your particular legal matter. You will find us knowledgeable, experienced and, above all, ready to listen and fight for your interests. For your convenience, we offer two locations in Milford and Howell in Hartland Township, Michigan.