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Enforcing the Terms of Your Divorce

Enforcing Your Divorce in Utah

Even after your divorce is finalized, you may continue to encounter issues with your former spouse in the aftermath, which can negatively impact your life and your ability to move forward. At Full Circle Family Law in Salt Lake City, our experienced attorney will help you enforce the terms of your decree. You worked hard to achieve a resolution that is suitable for your situation and we understand how important it is for you and your family to ensure it is enforced. Our team has the skill and experience to help you achieve your goals.

Contact our law office today at (801) 658-9895 to set up a case review with our trusted attorney to learn more about what we can do to assist you during this trying time.

Steps You Must Take to Enforce Your Agreement

Before you take the matter to court, consider checking in with your former spouse to ensure he or she fully comprehends the terms of your divorce. In some cases, some individuals lack understanding regarding their legal obligations. If the matter involves your children, it is especially beneficial to open up the lines of communication before jumping to conclusions.

During this time, make sure you make a record of your former spouse’s breaches of the order and of all correspondence, including texts and emails. If communications fail to resolve the matter, these records will be crucial in your motion to enforce the order. Depending on the provisions you are seeking to enforce, the court will take the appropriate legal action to ensure it is obeyed.

For example, if your ex-spouse fails to pay spousal support, he or she may be punished by contempt. To ensure you receive the spousal support you need, your former spouse’s wages may be garnished. If your former spouse owes a substantial amount of support, he or she may even be charged interest and the court may also charge your ex with any legal fees you incurred to enforce the order.

Retain an Enforcement Attorney in Salt Lake City

If your former spouse fails to comply with any of the terms of your divorce decree, whether it be child custody, spousal support, or child support, the skilled legal team at Full Circle Family Law in Salt Lake City can assist you to ensure it is enforced. Our experienced attorney has the insight and knowledge necessary to handle such complex cases and will do what is necessary to help you move forward with this next chapter in your life. You do not have to face these issues on your own. Put your trust and confidence in a team with a dedication and passion for providing fierce legal representation and personalized attention to every client we serve.

Reach out to our law office today at (801) 658-9895 to arrange a case evaluation with our esteemed family law attorney.

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