Modification and Enforcement of Child Support Agreements
When child support agreements are made during the divorce process, it is impossible to determine what financial changes could affect you or the other parent in the future. If you or the other parent face changes in employment, medical bills or other financial stressors that make it impossible to fulfill the agreed-upon child support amount, a modification is necessary.
In other instances, the other parent may ignore or disregard the child support agreement. In these cases, an enforcement order is necessary in order to obligate the other parent to pay child support. A stubborn ex-partner can be difficult to work with and very emotionally straining. We will work hard to make sure the issue is resolved quickly while keeping your best interests in mind.