Divorce Order Modifications and Enforcement
Divorce Order Modification and Enforcement Attorney Ocean County, NJ
Helping Clients to Enforce and Modify Divorce Agreements across Ocean and Monmouth County towns including Wall, Asbury Park, Neptune, Toms River, Point Pleasant, Spring Lake, Brick, Jackson, and the Surrounding Communities
Even though your divorce and its related issues of child custody, child support, alimony, and marital asset division may be settled, that doesn’t necessarily mean that both parties will adhere to the agreed-upon terms, or that those terms reflect the changing circumstances of you and your family.
When certain circumstances change permanently and substantially, it may necessitate a:
Or, when one party or the other is not adhering to the terms of a divorce order, it may be necessary to file a motion for:
Whether you are filing a motion, or have received a notification of a pending divorce order modification or a motion to enforce a divorce order, it is extremely important to have the counsel of an experienced post-divorce modification and enforcement attorney on your side.
At Bronzino Law Firm, we have extensive experience working with clients in divorce order modification and divorce order enforcement hearings of all kinds in towns across Ocean County and Monmouth County, including Point Pleasant, Toms River, Spring Lake, Sea Girt, Wall, Jackson, Howell, and Brick.
Call our office to discuss, in a free and confidential consultation, your unique situation, needs, and concerns regarding any divorce order modification or divorce order enforcement issue with our experienced family law team today.
Divorce Order Modification Lawyer Wall, NJ
As previously noted, divorce agreements regarding child custody, child support, and alimony can all be modified given there is a substantial and permanent change in circumstance after the initial divorce agreement was reached. However, when it comes to a division of assets agreement, the requirements for modifying this specific settlement are somewhat different, and you can view our page on modifying a division of asset agreement here.
These post-divorce modifications can be sought by either individual party to the divorce judgement, and depending upon the circumstances, the courts may either order a temporary modification, a permanent modification, or even deny the divorce order modification request entirely.
When it comes to such important and complex legal matters as any divorce order modification can be, it is highly recommended that you work with our Point Pleasant divorce order modification law firm in order to protect your individual rights and best interests, and the financial rights and best interests of your family.
Divorce Order Enforcement Lawyer Monmouth County, NJ
Beyond potentially modifying a divorce order when circumstances change, it may also be necessary to request the court’s assistance in enforcing a particular divorce order. Depending upon the specific divorce order enforcement issue, family courts have a number of different authorities and tools at their disposal in order to ensure that the divorce order is being adhered to.
Actions such as financial penalties, revocation of driver’s licenses and/or professional licenses, and jail time may all be used by the courts in order to enforce a divorce order. Additionally, when it comes to the enforcement of a child custody order in particular, the courts may even modify the child custody agreement to limit a parent’s time with their children if the courts feel that that parent’s actions are putting the children’s best interests at risk.
If your former spouse is not adhering to the terms of a particular divorce settlement, or if you have received a notification of a pending post-divorce enforcement hearing, contact our firm to discuss your options, and begin working with our experienced legal team today.
Contact A Wall County Divorce Agreement Modification and Enforcement Attorney Today
At Bronzino Law Firm, we have extensive experience helping clients with divorce order modification and divorce order enforcement issues of all kinds in towns across Ocean County and Monmouth County, including Point Pleasant, Toms River, Spring Lake, Sea Girt, Wall, Jackson, Howell, and Brick.
The smaller size of our firm allows us to provide each of our clients with the attentive legal service that they need and deserve, while still charging fair and reasonable rates for our counsel. Attorney Peter Bronzino strongly believes that by keeping each of his clients highly informed and involved throughout the legal process, and listening closely to their unique needs and concerns in any divorce or family law matter, he can better work to achieve the type of resolutions which best meets those needs and concerns, and protects his client’s and their family’s legal, financial, and familial futures.
To speak with Peter Bronzino and our legal team today in a free and confidential consultation regarding any kind of divorce order modification or divorce order enforcement issue, please contact us online, or through our Brick, NJ office at (732) 812-3102.