Nothing stays the same forever. Children grow and their needs change. Parents’ incomes grow or are reduced. When circumstances change, existing court orders may no longer correspond to your family's needs. For this reason, if you have an existing court order relating to child support or spousal support, it may be necessary to seek modification or enforcement of these existing court orders in a Florida court.
At the law firm of Ami L. DiLorenzo, P.A., our Ocala family law attorneys have the experience necessary to handle post-judgment modifications and enforcements that may be necessary. If an existing order must be changed, we urge you to contact us at (352) 437-2200 to discuss your goals.
When changing a current court-ordered child support obligation, Florida judges consider whether there has been a substantial change in the parents' circumstances, and whether modification of child support is in the child’s best interests.
At the law firm of Ami L. DiLorenzo, P.A., we advocate for our clients in modification issues. We help ensure that the judges reviewing our modification petitions consider all the factors necessary to make the right decisions. We also represent clients in matters related to enforcement of child support orders.
Alimony, also called spousal maintenance or spousal support, may need to be changed if a judge finds a substantial change in the circumstances of the parties involved. Our law firm represents clients in matters related to modification or enforcement of alimony orders, and much of our work focuses on termination of alimony based on a supportive relationship. Alimony may need to be modified when the circumstances of the parties have changed, for instance, when the payor spouse loses his or her job, or when the payee spouse no longer has a need and/or remarries or is in a supportive relationship.
Schedule a consultation with an Ocala enforcement of orders lawyer! Call (352) 437-2200 or contact us online today. We place great emphasis on answering e-mail inquiries as quickly as possible.