Enforcement Attorneys in Boca Raton Holding Others Accountable of Their Responsibilities
If you have child support or alimony payments due to you and your ex is not paying, you can hire a family law attorney to file a motion for contempt or enforcement. The courts in Florida take these motions very seriously, and if your ex-spouse has the ability to pay but is not paying based on voluntary action, you have the right to seek assistance from the Court.
What If I Can No Longer Afford Paying Alimony?
If you are a spouse paying alimony and your circumstances have changed beyond your control, such as losing your job, the court can modify an alimony payment for a period of time until you get back on your feet.
How Does the Court Decide Enforcement Situations?
The courts review each situation and pay close attention to whether or not the loss of employment is temporary or permanent. However, there are options available to you that our team explores with you to find the best outcome
What Should I Do When Facing An Support or Alimony Enforcement Issue?
Yaffa says, “stay tough and assure what you worked so hard to achieve by an agreement or trial is adhered to and the other gets that also. Letting us get the other side to understand that you are understood and taken seriously is key.”
Is an Enforcement Attorney Right For Me?
If you need help enforcing either a child custody agreement, parenting plan, or some detail of your marital settlement agreement or judgment, Yaffa Family Law Group is here to help.
We have extensive experience advocating for our clients to seek relief and enforce previously agreed-upon stipulations. Our team of dedicated professionals will treat you with the dignity and respect you deserve.