Often times after a divorce or dissolution has been finalized, one of the parties may find it necessary to return to court in order to enforce the court’s previous order or to have it modified. The most common examples of post-decree motions would be for contempt of the court’s previous order or a motion to modify their current parenting schedule.
A change in a person's circumstances can also cause the need to adjust child support and/or spousal support.
If you are thinking of filing a post-decree motion, I encourage you to give our office a call at (513) 522-5800 so that I may assist you in your post-decree litigation process.
I can assist you with your post-decree needs in custody, child support and spousal support, as well as contempt of court and processing of Qualified Domestic Relations Orders.