The agreements made and the orders issued in a divorce or after a paternity claim are binding in Texas. Child support is to be paid, child custody arrangements are to be followed and spousal support or alimony must be provided. Unfortunately, there are instances when one spouse fails to do what he or she is required to do and enforcement actions are necessary. At The Lincoln Law Firm, PLLC, we move quickly and effectively to enforce all orders.
To schedule your consultation, call 832-478-6750. You may also fill out a contact form and someone from our firm will be in touch with you soon.
Child Support Enforcement
You depend on child support payments to cover the costs of raising your child. When those payments stop coming in, you are put in a difficult position. Fortunately, there are steps that a Houston child support enforcement attorney at our law firm can take to force the payer to provide the necessary payments. Sometimes, the mere threat of an enforcement action or contempt action is enough to get the checks coming again.
Child Custody Enforcement
Has your child's other parent prevented you from seeing your child at the scheduled times? Has the other parent been consistently late in dropping off or picking up your child? These violations of child custody arrangements may sometimes be resolved by seeking modification of arrangements. However, more serious action may be necessary.
Spousal Support And Alimony Enforcement
In those rare instances when spousal maintenance is ordered or alimony is agreed to, it is expected that payments will be made. If payments have stopped, we can use enforcement actions to see that spousal support continues or take the steps necessary to enforce the contractual alimony. We know how important these payments can be.
Contact A Tomball Child Custody Enforcement Attorney
We look forward to speaking with you. To arrange a consultation with an enforcement action lawyer, please call 832-478-6750 or contact us by email. Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.