Tampa Enforcement of Child Support Alimony and Timeshare
Tampa Alimony, Timeshare and Child Support Attorneys
When dealing with the effects of post-divorce, there are certain issues that can arise surrounding child support, timesharing, or alimony. Although stressful, there are ways to relieve these conflicts with the help of your trusted and experienced Tampa alimony lawyer to give you the help you need to support you and your children.
Enforcement of Child Support in Florida
The involvement of children in a divorce can be a complicated and difficult experience to endure for both you and your former spouse. Especially when there are disagreements continuing after the final judgement of your divorce case. For instances where your former spouse does not comply with the payment of child support in the form of medical costs, childcare costs, and/or other financial issues, motions can be enacted to correct them in court.
In avoiding child support, punishment in the form of jail sentencing, payment of fines, suspension of their license or even having to surrender their personal assets to pay the child support debt can be delivered. If you are in the position of any of the matters discussed above, please contact McIntyre Thanasides Bringgold Elliott Grimaldi Guito & Matthews, P.A. for a consultation.
Florida Legal Enforcement of Timeshare
There are cases where a parent may refuse to obey a timeshare order agreed upon in the divorce court agreement. In the case of a former spouse’s refusal to follow the final order, enforcement can be motioned through the court. To elaborate, such a motion for enforcement or contempt must first be filed against their party in the state’s court in order to have proper jurisdiction. Issues such as timesharing usually negatively impact not only the custodial parent with a financial burden, but also affects the children as well. Our family law attorneys understand that children must be considered a first priority. With this in mind, please do not hesitate to schedule a consultation with McIntyre Thanasides Bringgold Elliott Grimaldi Guito & Matthews, P.A. Tampa Law Firm if these issues are affecting you.
Enforcement of Alimony or Spousal Support in Florida
When dealing with the enforcement of alimony payments, there are occasions in which a former spouse may refuse to follow court ordered alimony payments. Alimony cases are usually based on evidence of such a necessity found post-divorce. Whether it be durational alimony, permanent alimony or rehabilitative alimony, it is pertinent that payments are made as ordered. In the case in which payment is unable to be made, there are options in which you can attempt to file an additional petition for modification. If you are in the position of either not being able to receive your court ordered alimony or if you have been served with a Motion of Contempt, please contact the McIntyre Thanasides law firm at (844) 511-4800.