Working To Resolve Post-Divorce Problems
A divorce decree functions as a snapshot of where you are at that particular moment in time. However, if your circumstances change, it may be necessary to seek a modification to certain terms of your agreement. In other cases, you may encounter difficulty in getting your ex to comply with the terms of your divorce order. It is important to seek help from legal counsel with the experience to effectively resolve post-divorce problems.
At the Broomfield law firm of Cooper & Tanis, P.C., our lawyers have more than 80 years of combined experience that they can rely on to help resolve your important family law matters.
Modifying The Terms Of Child Support And Spousal Support
If you have experienced a substantial change in your life’s circumstances, such as the loss of a job or a significant decrease in your income, and are having difficulty making your child support payments, it may be possible to seek a modification to an order. Similarly, a change in income, remarriage or other factors may necessitate a modification to an order for spousal support or alimony.
Modifying Child Custody And Visitation Agreements
A career change, moving out of state or a change in your child’s needs may require a modification to custody and visitation arrangements. If you or your ex is seeking a custody modification, our attorneys can help you resolve these matters as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Enforcing The Terms Of A Divorce Agreement
Unfortunately, it may be difficult to get your ex to comply with the terms of your agreement. If you are having difficulty collecting support payments or if your ex is not following the schedule you have established for custody and visitation, we can help you pursue an order for contempt in an effort to achieve compliance.
Call Our Attorneys For A Free Telephone Consultation
If you are encountering problems following your divorce, we welcome your call and questions. You can reach us at (303) 465-4605. You may also contact us online. We are well-versed in the procedures and familiar with the courts of Boulder County, Adams County and elsewhere in the north Denver metro area.