Post-Judgment Actions in San Diego
Enforcement of Support & Custody
The finalization of a
divorce does not necessarily mean that every issue and dispute gets resolved.
Many times, issues can surface following divorces that make post judgment
actions necessary. If your circumstances have changed, or the circumstances
of your ex-spouse or other parent have changed, a family lawyer from our
firm can help you.
A post judgment action will make it possible to change the terms of any
agreements that may have been made during a divorce, including
child support amounts,
child custody arrangements,
visitation arrangements, or
spousal support or alimony payments. No matter what you may need changed, or what your
particular circumstances are, you should speak with an attorney who can
help you make the amendments you need at this junction.
Child Support and Property Division in San Diego
The amount of a child support payment is one aspect that is frequently
changed by post judgment actions in San Diego. Sometimes the non-custodial
parent will lose their job, making it impossible to come up with child
support each month. Sometimes an injury or lifestyle change may make it
necessary to obtain a larger child support payment from a parent. Other
times, a parent can fail to pay child support or fall behind on payments,
making it necessary for a lawyer to take action to modify the agreement.
In most cases involving divorce, it must be decided how the couple’s
assets will be divided. Typically a judge will provide specifics regarding
the division of assets, and when either party to the divorce fails to
property division agreement, post judgment action may be taken with the help of an attorney.
Oftentimes, proceeds from sold assets like homes or vehicles is not split
properly between the couple, and in these cases a lawyer will have to
return to court to make sure the agreement is enforced.
Contact an attorney at Claery & Hammond, LLP today for more information about post judgment actions!