The Springsteen Law Firm represents clients in various matters that arise after a divorce has been made final. Often, these issues center on child support and child custody. Post-decree issues can also include property issues. There are many rights and options available to people who wish to modify a court order or ensure an order is enforced. There are also many rights and options available to people who have not followed court orders.
Would you like to speak with a lawyer about child support enforcement or another post-decree issue? Contact The Springsteen Law Firm to arrange a consultation.
Modifications to Child Custody
Custodial and non-custodial parents alike may desire a change in the child custody arrangements. This can come about for many reasons, including move-aways. Relocation, whether to another school district, another part of the state, across the country, or overseas, may be necessary for a parent. Job offers, reconnecting with family, and many other reasons often compel parents to relocate. When this relocation involves children, the firm can help. The Springsteen Law Firm represents parents who are interested in relocating with their children as well as parents who are contesting the modification. Each client is unique; clients’ concerns are handled on a case-by-case basis.
Child Support Enforcement and Modification
If a new job, remarriage, or other circumstance has shifted your finances, it may be possible to modify child support payments. The firm recognizes that the best interests of the children are a priority and advocates for changes that are in the children’s best interests. The firm also represents custodial parents who are not receiving court-ordered child support payments as well as non-custodial parents who are not paying court-ordered child support. Each situation is unique, and the firm strives to find what is advisable for each situation. Child support collection can occur through wage garnishment, payroll garnishment, and other measures. Each situation is unique, and the firm strives to find what is advisable for each situation.
Contact The Springsteen Law Firm to learn more.