Divorce Attorney in Deer Park
Settlement Agreement Enforcement
If you are and your ex-spouse settled your divorce with a mediator, and
agreed to certain terms regarding child custody, child support, alimony
and visitation, these orders need to be adhered to. Although they were
not forged in court, these agreements are still valid because both parties
signed them. If you are not receiving the money you need form your ex
for spousal support or for your child, or if your ex is not allowing you
the visitation with your children that he or she agreed to, you need to
contact a Deer Park divorce lawyer from our firm immediately.
Even though you did not go to court, your settlement agreement is still
valid if you had an attorney guide you through a mediation of your divorce,
and both parties signed. You can have the orders enforced by going to
court. In court, if your ex does not show up, an order will be issued
against the individual, and the court will issue a wage garnishment, which
will take your payment directly from your ex-spouse's paycheck and
divert it to you. If your settlement agreement is regarding visitation,
going to court will ensure that you are allowed to visit your child, as
per the settlement agreement.
Deer Park Divorce Attorney
When you are going through a divorce, it is in our best interest to hire
an experienced divorce attorney to represent you from start to finish.
At my firm,
Dennis M. Slate, Attorney at Law, we are dedicated to helping our clients with all of their divorce needs.
We can be with your from the start, and will stay with you through the
settlement, and enforcement orders. However, don't hesitate to call
us if your divorce is already complete and you just need help getting
your settlement enforced. We have over 20 years of experience with divorce
cases, and we will aggressively fight to make sure you get what is rightfully yours.
If you are having difficulty in getting a court ordered divorce settlement,
contact a Deer Park divorce attorney
from our firm today.