Modification & Enforcement Attorneys in Monmouth County
Post-Judgment Attorneys serving all of New Jersey
When a Final Judgment or Final Order is entered which requires ongoing obligations into the future, the parties may need to return to court when change in circumstances occur. Similarly, if one party fails to comply with the ongoing obligations, there may be need to return to court to enforce an existing order or judgment. If you need to request a modification or enforce a court order, it is important to have experienced legal guidance. The attorneys at Paone Zaleski & Murphy are here to help. Contact our firm today.
New Jersey Modifications
Ongoing obligations, such as child support and alimony may have to be modified over time due to a change in circumstances. This change can be brought about due to the loss of employment, a serious medical condition, and other factors. Whether a party is entitled to a modification depends upon the change in circumstances alleged.
Many parties are surprised to learn that a Final Judgment of Divorce or Settlement Agreement may be modified by a change in circumstances. Whether the change justifies modification or not is a serious legal matter that deserves the attention of an experienced attorney who is ready to fight for you. Contact Paone Zaleski & Murphy if you require strong legal representation.
New Jersey Enforcement Orders
As previously mentioned, a court order is legally binding. When one individual does not follow the order, he or she could be held accountable. The court will make a decision as to how to enforce the order. If a person continues to violate an order, the court may issue a punishment as severe as incarceration. If you need assistance in enforcing a court order, contact Paone Zaleski & Murphy today.
Contact a Monmouth County Post-Judgment Attorney
Paone Zaleski & Murphy is here to represent you if you need to modify or enforce any court order or Settlement Agreement. While many who face divorce hope to close that door immediately after the Final Judgment, for some, it is just not the end of their legal matter. We know how emotional this process can be. Our compassionate and skilled attorneys can help guide you towards a successful outcome. If you need assistance in a post-judgment matter, contact Paone Zaleski & Murphy today.