Helping Fort Myers With Post-Divorce Decree Modifications
Protecting Your Interests After The Divorce Decree
Once a divorce is finalized, there are only three things which can be modified: child support, spousal support and parenting plans. If changes in your life or the life of your ex have created the need for modification, or you need help enforcing existing orders, you need the help of a seasoned family law attorney.
At Thompson Family Law, P.A. in Fort Myers, Florida, we have extensive experience guiding parents through the post judgment period. If you choose us to represent you, we will be very hands-on, making sure you understand all your options so you can make informed choices about your case.
Post Judgment Modification
Life is unpredictable, and everything is subject to change. Because the courts have an interest in making sure that children and spouses are taken care of after a divorce, agreements pertaining to child support, spousal support and parenting plans are subject to modification.
Post Judgment Enforcement & Contempt
Any part of a judgment can be enforced, including the parenting plan, child support, alimony and property division. For instance, if your ex is not paying child support, we could seek enforcement in the form of wage garnishments.
Likewise, if your ex accuses you of failing to uphold your end of the bargain, or you are unable to make payments, we can defend you against contempt charges.
Contact A Lawyer Today
To learn more about how we can help you in matters of modification, enforcement and contempt, we encourage you to contact us.