Breaking child custody order terms can lead to more legal issues


The right to spend time with your children is one of the main points of custody agreements. You expect that this order will be followed by your ex. When he or she decides to break the agreement, there is a good chance that you will need to do something to force compliance. This might mean going back to court to assert your rights and show your ex that you mean business.

It can be difficult to deal with this situation because it usually means more legal proceedings for you to go through. In some instances, your ex might think that there is a good reason to not do what the order requires. This isn’t acceptable unless the children are in danger when they are with you. We are here to help you find out what you might be able to do in these cases.

When you turn to the court for help in these situations, the judge is going to look at what is best for the children. This is sometimes easy to see, but sometimes, there might be more complex elements to work through. We know that this might be devastating since you probably want a fast resolution. We can work with you to plan your steps in the case according to the information at hand.

Ultimately, most children need to have a relationship with both parents. They deserve this. If you are being deprived of your right to spend time with your children, let us help you find a solution to the issue. We are prepared to move through the proceedings necessary to make this happen.

2022-04-01T13:17:50+00:0006 Jul 2018|
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