Modification / Enforcement of Custody, Support, Agreement
Helping spouses with divorce, custody or support modifications and enforcement of martial settlement agreements.
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.
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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