POST DIVORCE ACTIONS AND CHILD SUPPORT

The divorce is now complete and child support terms have been set. However, oftentimes financial and life circumstances for the parties involved often remain dynamic. If you are the party obligated to provide support payments or are on the receiving end, it is imperative to consult with an attorney if the terms of your child support agreement have not been or cannot be adhered to due to ever-evolving life changes.

There are many reasons why you should consult an experienced attorney when it comes to post divorce judgment enforcement or modification of an existing child support arrangement. Outlined here in more detail, as it pertains to the payer of child support, some examples of the necessity for legal counsel include, but are not limited to, the payer not following through with their obligations, the payer having a substantial increase in income, or a decrease by the payer in the amount of visitation with the supported children.

If you are the payer, similarly, you should contact us to determine if your support should be amended due to a decrease in your income, increased visitation with the supported children, or the needs of the child or children supported has changed.

If you suspect that any of these or other possible variances warrant the need for enforcement or modification of an existing support order, the professional, competent attorneys at Dominion Law would be happy to consult with you and take the appropriate action to ensure the needs of the children are sufficiently met.

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