The finalization of a divorce does not mean that all of the issues and disputes involved cease to exist. There are certain rights and responsibilities to your ex-spouse that continue. At the law office of Robert W. Hiatt, P.C., our Staten Island post-judgment family law attorney represents clients who need assistance following the formal end of a marriage.
We are committed to aggressively asserting and protecting your rights through negotiation or litigation. Contact our New York divorce lawyer online
or call 718-979-8068 to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.
and spousal support
are oft-revisited issues. When the paying spouse or parent fails to make timely payments if at all, we provide the aggressive advocacy that benefited you in the initial divorce matter. Non-paying parents and ex-spouses need to be held accountable for the document they signed.
Child and spousal support modifications may occur when an ex-spouse experiences a major change in his or her life. He or she may decide to remarry or take a job out-of-state. Any substantial change in circumstance justifies revisiting the original divorce decree and modifying financial payments to children or an ex-spouse.
At the law office of Robert W. Hiatt, P.C
., we also return to court with our clients when significant assets or a family home is sold and the proceeds are not split according to the divorce decree. Both sides must comply with the agreement they signed. If they fail to do so, our job is to hold them accountable and aggressively assert the rights of our clients.
If you are not receiving child support or spousal support payments, or if you need to seek a change to a divorce agreement, we can help. Contact our Staten Island modifications lawyer online
or call 718-979-8068 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation.