Modifications Or Enforcements To Divorce Agreements
Those who experience divorce know that it can be a difficult process. Families work hard to establish agreements in the best interest of all those involved, which cover child custody, child support, alimony and more. However, as time progresses, your circumstances will inevitably change, and your existing agreements may require modifications to address new realities. At Carr Law Firm P.L.C. Attorneys at Law, our attorneys help clients fight for modifications to agreements or to enforce existing terms.
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The most commonly encountered requests for modification or enforcement to an existing divorce agreement typically focus on child custody and support issues. Specifically:
- Modification: A modification occurs when an individual petitions the court to alter the established terms of an existing family court order.
- Enforcement: Occurs when a client asks for the other party to comply with established terms of an existing court order. This situation often arises when one party fails to uphold their end of a child visitation agreement or they fail to pay child support.
Often, changing the terms of an existing family court order can be a complicated process. We will need to prove a substantial change in circumstances. Our team of lawyers has over 40 years of combined experience fighting for our clients’ right to have a family law agreement that reflects the current state of their lives. We are well-respected throughout the legal community in Iowa because we put our clients’ needs first. Our firm has an established legacy of excellence.
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If you wish to fight for modification or enforcement of an existing family law order, it is a smart choice to have professional legal counsel on your side. Our firm understands the nuances of family law matters in Iowa, and we can help advise you of your best options. Give us a call today and schedule an appointment with an attorney to sit down to discuss your case during a free initial consultation. Call our Des Moines office now at 515-259-1389, or complete a secure online contact form on our website for more information.