Modification, Contempt & Enforcement
Changing Needs of Families after Divorce:
Following divorce, life brings changes. Jobs change, the economy changes, people move, new relationships begin, children’s issues arise, and sometimes the agreements reached in divorce no longer meet the needs of the families involved. Because of these life changes, it may become necessary to seek modification of the agreement because there has been a “Substantial change of circumstances” that affects the family. Additionally, in some instances, a former spouse may not be following an original agreement reached in divorce, and enforcement proceedings or contempt proceedings need to be brought to get everyone back on track.
At The Aikin Family Law Group, we have decades of experience and knowledge working with modifications, contempt and enforcement issues to help you make the best choices for you and your family.
We promise to:
- Identify and clarify all modification, contempt or enforcement options available and provide an honest assessment of the best options for you.
- Keep your interests at the forefront throughout.
- Prepare and educate you concerning the possible outcomes.
- Resolve matters amicably whenever possible.
- Communicate every step of the way so you know where you stand.
At The Aikin Family Law Group, we approach each case with integrity, dignity, and creativity so that you can make the best choices for your future. We have earned the reputation of delivering excellent legal counsel, providing a caring and professional environment, and providing clients with a quality experience. Identifying modification, enforcement and contempt issues, and supporting your needs is an important part of helping you see clearly to the future. At The Aikin Family Law Group, we can help you do the work necessary to protect your future security and well-being.
To learn more about modification and enforcement options, please call us at 407-644-4040 or contact us to schedule a consultation.