We want to help folks power through their exes' BS to have the relationships with their kids that they deserve. We focus on enforcement, enforcement defense, and modifications. We will also work with you in a divorce or an original custody suit to fight for an order that will lower the risks of you getting dragged back into court a year later.
Sometimes parents think their rights include the right to dictate or veto what the other parent does during visitation. Sometimes they use denial of possession as a means to control the other parent. Worse, some parents deliberately schedule fun activities during the other parents' visitation to manipulate the other parent into giving up a visit. Parents insisting on exercising their rights risk their children associating negative feelings with visitation. If you want to be free of these and other tactics used to sabotage your relationship with your kids, call to schedule an appointment to discuss possible solutions to your problem.
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- Visitation Enforcement
- Child Support Enforcement
- Enforcement Defense
- Custody and Child Support Modifications
- Divorce, Name Change, and Other Family Matters
Child Custody & Divorce
Family law issues like child custody and divorce are almost always highly emotionally charged, since how these issues are resolved can have a significant impact on your life and the lives of your loved ones. It's only natural to want to do everything possible to ensure that the resolution is a positive one for you and your family.
When life changes make it difficult to adhere to an original court order regarding child custody, support, or even property division, there are legal options available to you. By working with a seasoned attorney, you can explore the possibility of having your original court orders modified to better serve the best interests of your family.
When a party to a court order fails to meet their obligations under the order, it can be extremely frustrating and you may be unsure of what you can do to compel them to obey. A skilled court order enforcement attorney can help you determine if your order is eligible for enforcement and can assist you in bringing violations before a judge as early as possible.
In certain cases, an individual who has been convicted of a crime may be eligible to have an expunction of their criminal records, meaning that their records would be wiped clean. Doing so can be extremely helpful in maintaining gainful employment, obtaining home or automobile loans, and even continuing your education..