If you are divorced or separated and need to modify an existing court order for child custody, visitation, or support, we can help.
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Even if you have an existing child support, child custody, spousal support, or other family law-related court order, depending on your situation, you can make changes or enforce a new court order. Whether you're trying to set boundaries with your ex-spouse or you're trying to gain increased access to your children, we can help. At Strentz Greene & Coleman, our goal is to help you modify an existing court order or enforce a new one to serve your family better.
Even if Strentz Greene & Coleman didn't handle your initial case establishing a court order, we can assist in modifying or enforcing a new one. Additionally, we can help you enforce a new court order to ensure that you and your family are comfortable with your current situation. We can assist you with the following:
Our primary goal is to help you modify an existing court order to best meet your and your children's needs and establish a new court order to ensure that the ever-changing challenges associated with divorce are taken care of. We'll help you by filing the necessary paperwork and representing you in any court proceedings related to the modification or enforcement.
If you are looking to modify an existing court order or enforce a new one, there are some steps that you need to take. Reaching out for experienced and professional legal representation can make this process much more manageable and yield a better outcome for you and your family.
If you or a loved one has recently been through a divorce and are looking to modify an existing court order or enforce a new one, Strentz Greene & Coleman can help. We'll stand by you in court and work to ensure that your wishes are followed through.
If you are looking to modify an existing court order and are unsure of where to start, our experienced attorneys can help you understand the modification process. While modifying an existing order might seem intimidating, it's our goal to help you process any new information and advocate for you in court. Additionally, if you need assistance enforcing a new or existing court order, our attorneys are equipped to help protect you and your family's best wishes and ensure that the appropriate parties follow the order.
Contact us today by calling (540) 479-1511 or via our contact page to schedule a consultation with our attorneys.