Family Attorneys Handling Child Support, Child Custody, And Spousal Support Court Orders
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When a divorce or parentage judgment has been entered, does that mean that the case is over? That depends. Some people will need to go back to court in order to request modifications or enforce court orders related to child support, child custody, visitation, and spousal support. If you’re in this situation, it is important to seek legal representation from a skilled modification and enforcement attorney at once. Contact the Law Office of Mujdah Rahim to learn how our team in California can help.
When Can A Family Law Attorney Request Modifications To Court Orders?
Requests to modify child custody and visitation orders can be made at any time. If a parent would like to modify a child custody arrangement, he or she must show the court that there has been a change in circumstances that warrant a modification.
If a parent only wants to modify the visitation court order, but not the child custody court order, he or she typically does not need to prove that a significant change has occurred. Instead, the parent simply needs to show the court that the modification to the visitation order is in the child’s best interests.
Child support can also be modified if it can be proven that circumstances have significantly changed. For example, if one parent’s income increases or decreases or the child custody arrangement changes, a parent can request a child support modification.
Some divorce judgments state that spousal support cannot be modified. However, most spousal support awards can be changed after being finalized in court. But, it is not easy to change a court-ordered spousal support agreement. Spousal support can only be modified based on the court order terms, unless jurisdiction to award support has been reserved.
How Do Law Firms Enforce Child Support, Child Custody, And Spousal Support Orders?
There are a number of ways to enforce a child support, child custody, or spousal support order. For example, the court can freeze bank accounts or intercept tax returns in order to cover unpaid child support. Sometimes, the party that is failing to comply with the court order can also be held in contempt of court. This means they could face serious criminal consequences, including fines and jail time, as a result of their failure to comply with the court order.
There are many options available when it comes to enforcing a court order. Our team will review your case to determine the best way to enforce your child support, child custody, or spousal support order.
Speak To The Walnut Creek Modification And Enforcement Lawyers At Our Law Firm Today
If you need to modify or enforce an existing court order, contact Mujdah Rahim at once. Mujdah Rahim is an experienced family law attorney who can assist clients with every aspect of their case. From filing the appropriate paperwork to litigating in court, Mujdah Rahim has years of experience handling it all.
Although we are located in Contra Costa County, we serve clients throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Some of our many practice areas include child support, child custody, visitation, domestic violence, division of assets, and divorce.
Let our team provide you with legal advice and answer your questions about the legal process during an initial consultation. To schedule a consultation, please call 925-482-6431 or email email@example.com today. You can also use the online form on our website to submit your information to our team.