Post-Judgment Modification and Enforcement of Existing Court Orders


We know that your life and the needs of your children are constantly evolving. Therefore, orders obtained during a divorce or paternity proceeding may need to be altered as circumstances change. Children age, people move, jobs or economics improve or decline. A party may not comply with orders regarding the payment of support or custodial arrangements. In many cases, orders will need to be revisited years after the original family law action is resolved. The law contemplates these changes and provides for continuing court authority to change custodial arrangements or support orders (in most cases). At Santucci Family Law, a component of our practice is to assist clients with achieving their goals by resolving post-judgment modification issues (whether seeking or opposing a change).

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