Divorce Decree Enforcement Attorneys in Rockwall
Committed to Upholding Your Support & Custody Orders
It can take a long time and a lot of hard work to navigate a divorce and finalize all the various agreements throughout the process. Once you have finalized your divorce, you expect to move on and adhere to the carefully outlined agreements you and your ex-partner made.
Unfortunately, sometimes people ignore or fail to adhere to these arrangements. Whether your ex-spouse is failing to pay alimony or disregarding your agreed-upon child visitation schedule, you have legal options – and our divorce order enforcement attorneys in Rockwall can help.
The Branch Law Firm can help you enforce:
- Child support orders
- Spousal support orders
- Visitation arrangements/schedules
You worked hard to come to an agreement on these sensitive topics. It is important that all parties respect those arrangements and adhere to them closely. Do not hesitate to seek legal action if someone is failing to uphold their end of the agreement.
Call The Branch Law Firm at (469) 299-5944 to schedule a consultation with our team today.
Upholding Child Support Orders
Child support is extremely important for parents who are managing conservators and need financial assistance from the possessory conservator. If you have possession of the child and require child support payments from your ex-partner, you have the right to hold them accountable for any failure to adhere to the agreed-upon payments. Our child support enforcement attorneys in Rockwall can help you protect your rights and seek payment from the other parent of your child. Your ex-partner may be ordered to pay all support that is owed, as well as a fine, attorney’s fees, and costs of court.
We can also help you if you have been ordered to pay child support but cannot afford payments. You may be able to modify your existing order to better accommodate your financial abilities.
Spousal Support Orders
Just like child support, spousal support is vital to certain individuals in certain situations. For example, if you stayed at home with children and your spouse worked while you were married, you may have been awarded spousal support during your divorce to help you maintain financial stability after separating.
If your ex-spouse is refusing to pay alimony or cannot afford the payments that have been ordered, we can help you seek legal action to find the violator in contempt of court.
Enforcing Visitation Rights
When you finalized your child custody arrangements, you and your partner should have created a possession and access schedule, or a parenting plan. If your ex-partner is refusing to share access to your child, The Branch Law Firm can step in. Just like violations of alimony or child support, our Rockwall family law attorneys can pursue legal action to find the person in contempt of court. You may be awarded time you missed out on with your child, and the violating parent could be fined or forced to pay your court and attorney fees.
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