Representing Clients In Modifications And Enforcement Matters

In the time after a family court case has concluded, divorcees and parents work tirelessly to move forward and ensure their children’s stability. However, issues may arise that are still connected to the previous case and need to be addressed.

If you are involved in a situation where a previously established court order needs to be changed or enforced, consult with a knowledgeable lawyer at FurrCohen, P.A.. From our Boca Raton, Florida, office, we put more than 30 years of experience to work when handling initial family law cases as well as modifications and enforcement.

Modifications Of Established Orders

Whenever a parent or other individual experiences a drastic change in life circumstances, it may have an effect on standing court orders. The loss of a job, the gaining of employment, the birth of additional children and a subsequent marriage may all be reasons for which child custody, child support and spousal support (alimony) orders can be changed. However, any alterations must be made through the courts to ensure that they are enforceable in the future, as well as in compliance with any existing laws.

Enforcement Actions

It is essential that the terms of a court order be followed by everyone involved. If you need to have an order enforced or are being accused of violating the terms of an order, it is essential that you have legal counsel to ensure your rights are protected. There can be serious consequences if an order, such as child support or child custody, is not being followed.

Get The Help You Need Today

Contact The Boca Raton Family Law Attorneys At FurrCohen, P.A.

If you are facing a challenging family law issue, turn to the highly skilled and experienced attorneys at FurrCohen, P.A. Our firm is committed to helping people effectively resolve their issues and secure the resolution they need.

Please contact our Boca Raton, Fl office to speak with our family law lawyers, call 561-395-0500 or contact us online.

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Alvin S. GoldsteinAlvin S. Goldstein
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Alan R. CraneAlan R. Crane
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Charles I. CohenCharles I. Cohen
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