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After a divorce is finalized, it is not uncommon for one party to the divorce to accuse the other of failing to meet the conditions set forth in the divorce decree. If your ex-spouse is breaking the settlement agreement that is codified in your divorce papers, we strongly encourage you to discuss your situation with a knowledgeable family law attorney.
- Your former husband or wife is not paying alimony (spousal support) as ordered
- Your child's other parent (mother or father) is not paying child support fully or on time
- Your ex-spouse is not fulfilling child custody orders: he or she is not allowing you access to your child, or is not following through on his or her scheduled visitation, resulting in distress to your child
- Your former wife or husband did not sell property or turn over assets as stipulated in the divorce decree
Have You Been Accused of Violating Your Divorce Decree?
You may need advice and assistance if your former spouse falsely accuses you of breaking the terms of your divorce decree.
You wish to put the divorce behind you, but it is hard to do so when loose ends are not resolved. If your son or daughter is caught in the middle of a child custody and visitation violation, you have a sense of urgency about settling the matter for the sake of greater stability.
There are a variety of legal solutions available to divorced spouses and separated parents. Discuss post decree judgment enforcements with a knowledgeable lawyer who knows what really works most of the time.
Contact a lawyer at Anderson & Associates, P.C., in Chicago, Wheaton or Schaumburg, Illinois, to schedule a free initial consultation regarding a post decree judgment enforcement matter that is affecting your family.
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