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Enforcing a Court Order in Family Law

Child Custody, Visitation, and Support Enforcement

If your ex is not upholding his or her end of the court order in your divorce, it can be detrimental in more ways than one. Court orders for spousal support, child support, and child custody are often the first to be dismissed after a change of circumstances in an ex's life. This is also the unfortunate result if an ex-spouse is angry, jealous, or otherwise acting out of emotion. Depending on the cause of the disruption, you can pursue avenues to get things back on track or choose to hold them in contempt of court.

Child Custody Tips for the Holiday Season

Although the holiday season is supposed to be a time for families to get together and enjoy each other's company, divorced parents often have to deal with the stress of child custody disputes during this time of the year. It is important to remember that the holidays should be about creating happy memories with your children, and not about getting into a heated argument with your ex. In this blog, we explain a few tips that can help take away the stress of sharing custody during the holidays.

What Is A Temporary Order?

There are numerous issue that must be resolved when a couple decides to get divorced. Figuring out child custodyarrangements and spousal support can take months, and even years in some cases. When it comes to dividing your marital home, there are issues that need to be decided quickly before the divorce can be finalized. In this blog, we explain what a temporary order is and how it can be used to resolve disputes between you and your spouse.

Questions to Consider Before Hiring a Child Custody Attorney

When you are in the midst of a divorce and tackling the difficult issue of child custody, the battle can sometimes get nasty. It is important to remain calm and remember that, despite your differences, you both want what is best for your children. Even when you are no longer married, you will always be parents, so take the time to consider some questions to understand what is best for your children and if hiring a child custody attorney is the right decision.

Top 10 Child Custody Questions

Child custody cases can be quite complex, which is why it is vital to be prepared and knowledgeable. A skilled an experienced child custody attorney will be able to navigate you through this difficult process, but it is still important to take an active role in your own case, so you know what to expect and how to contribute to your own goals, needs, and most importantly, your children's best interests.

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