Modification And Enforcement Of Divorce Orders
A divorce does not end with the conclusion of the court case. The stipulations included in the divorce decree will carry on for years after the divorce is finalized. If you are divorced and need to modify your court order or if your ex-spouse is not living up to the divorce order, it is important to work with an experienced lawyer who can help you.
At The Law Offices of Andrew C. Ladd, LLC, we have more than 50 years of combined legal experience. We can help you determine the best course of action, and we will work to protect your interests. We represent clients in divorce modification and enforcement throughout Southeastern Wisconsin.
While a divorce decree is meant to be permanent, most courts are willing to modify a court order if there is a substantial change in circumstances. When one of the parents needs to relocate or has had a financial change from a job loss or promotion, various aspects of the decree can be modified.
Lawyers from our firm represent clients in modification matters that include:
- Child custody
- Child relocation
- Fathers’ rights
- Mothers’ rights
- Grandparents’ rights
Divorce Decree Enforcement
In some cases, one of the spouses fails to follow the orders in the divorce. If your ex-spouse is failing to make child support or spousal payments, or is not following the child custody and visitation order, our Waukesha support enforcement attorneys can help you file for an injunction or other legal means to make sure your rights are protected.
Contact Our Southeastern Wisconsin Custody And Support Modifications Attorneys
To schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced lawyer from our firm, call 262-542-3900 or contact us online.