Post-Decree Motions

Many parties will never return to court or see a lawyer again once a Judgment and Decree or final Order is in place. However, it may become necessary to modify or enforce provisions of an existing order. This may include reviewing child support or adjusting parenting time schedules. Another common issue occurs when one party violates or is in contempt of the court order, and a motion is filed to request enforcement. Many disputes arising from existing court orders require mediation. Some can be settled out of court, while others may result in formal court proceedings.

The family law attorneys of Bolt Hoffer Boyd have the experience and knowledge to guide you through this process, whether you’d like to initiate a post-decree motion or you need to respond to one.

Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation.


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