Modification and Enforcement

Divorce is meant to be final. But, some issues can be subject to future modification.  Modifying a court order is a complex inquiry. It may depend on whether the issue was resolved by contract or court order. There are other factors that are relevant as well. Even if parties are able to agree upon the changes that need to take place, it is still important for them to take the necessary steps to formally amend any prior agreements or court orders.

Sometimes agreements that are made by people with the best intentions need to be enforced. The reality is that some people must be forced to comply with their agreements or court orders. When one party is non-compliant, the complying party has to take legal action to ensure compliance. Vanessa understands that nothing is more frustrating than to have to rehash the issues of divorce. She has counseled and represented numerous clients in modification and enforcement proceedings.