Making Family Court Orders Current
For those who have been through the process of divorce or of securing some other type of family court order, you understand exactly how difficult the process can be. No one wants to have to go through such a complicated process again if it can be avoided. So people generally work hard to create agreements that work well today and far down the road.
What do you do when the terms of your family court order or agreement no longer fit the circumstances of your life?
What Must The Court See To Grant A Modification?
We can help you pursue a modification of the terms of your order or agreement by petitioning the court to make the necessary changes. The court is going to need evidence that significant changes have occurred. Our experience has taught us what the court will consider sufficient evidence to persuade it to modify an agreement or order.
Common issues that we can assist with include:
What If The Other Party Is Not Cooperating?
Sometimes it is not circumstances that change, but rather, the willingness of the other party to cooperate. If your ex-spouse or child’s other parent is not abiding by the terms of your family court order or agreement, we can ask the court to find them in contempt and enforce the terms that are currently in place.
More Than 100 Years Of Combined Experience
At Lieberman, Tamulonis & Hobbs, we know that people’s situations change and that it can be challenging to adapt to those changes. The best family court orders are those that address your needs right now. We can show the court why it needs to take action to bring any order or agreement up to date or to step in where enforcement is necessary.
Our firm offers more than 100 years of combined experience that we use to generate the best possible results for people. Our experience and our ability to produce positive results have earned our senior attorneys an AV Preeminent* rating, the highest available, through Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review rating system.
Skilled Attorneys Serving Pennsylvania
For help securing a modification of a family court order or the court’s assistance in enforcing the terms of one, turn to Lieberman, Tamulonis & Hobbs. For a free initial consultation in most cases, call 800-473-8125 or contact us online.
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