Helping spouses with divorce, custody or support modifications and enforcement of martial settlement agreements.

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ENFORCE MARITAL SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT

When parties divorce, they memorialize the resolutions of their issues in a property settlement agreement.  If one party fails to comply with terms in the property settlement agreement, there are legal remedies for a spouse to enable the non-complying spouse into compliance.  Family Law Corp. can help you with these issues and review your agreement to determine the best course of action to take.

MODIFY CUSTODY

If a spouse is looking to change their current custody schedule, the spouse has to prove a significant change in circumstances and that the change is in the best interests of the child.  Some situations where a modification may be warranted are:

  • A change in a parent’s work schedule that affects the ability to care for the child,
  • An illness that affects the ability to care for the child,
  • A parental move,
  • Evidence of abuse.

MODIFY CHILD SUPPORT OR ALIMONY

If a spouse is looking to change the terms of their current court ordered child support or alimony, the spouse has to prove a significant change in circumstances.  Some situations where a modification may be warranted are:

  • A new employment or increase in income by the party receiving support,
  • A loss of a job or reduced income of the party paying support,
  • A substantial increase in income of the party paying support,
  • Extraordinary medical expenses or a disability.

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