Post-Divorce Enforcement Actions in Dallas
Hernandez & Baggett, PLLC Helps You Assert Your Rights
At the conclusion of any divorce, whether agreed or contentious, most parties feel a sense of relief and freedom. They are ready and hoping to move forward and put the past behind them. Unfortunately, the reality for many clients is that the day their divorce decree is approved by the Court may not be the last time they have to deal with these issues. Some situations require that a party file a Petition to Modify or Motion to Enforce.
Holding Your Ex Accountable for the Terms in Your Agreement
Obtaining that Final Decree of Divorce or Final Order in a custody matter can be expensive, exhaustive, and challenging for many parents and spouses. An Order is the most powerful thing the Court can provide you. However, as our attorneys know and advise our clients, an Order is only as good as you make it.
If your spouse or the parent of your child is disobeying, disregarding, or neglecting any of the terms in an order that you have fought to obtain, you must be willing and ready to take action with the Court to enforce the issues. A successful Motion to Enforce can provide you with all the remedies that you are entitled to and result in the offending party paying your legal fees as well.
Personalized Guidance through Your Court Case
There are serious ramifications for any party willfully violating a Court order. It is important you speak with an experienced Dallas enforcement attorney immediately to discuss the specifics of your situation to ensure that you protect your rights and the rights of your children.
Call Hernandez & Baggett, PLLC at (214) 855-7771 to schedule your consultation.