Unfortunately, all too often, despite the existence of a Court Order, one party refuses to comply with the same, necessitating an Enforcement Motion to compel compliance. Occasions also arise where circumstances change and a party is unable to comply with the terms of an Order, such as a loss of a job or the onset of a disability adversely impacting one’s ability to earn a living. At times circumstances with regard to children change over the years, requiring a re-evaluation of parenting time. On other occasions, as children grow older there are issues to be addressed relating to their expenses, as well as living situations, such as going away to college, or emancipation.
Non compliance with a Court Order, whether it is attributable to a blatant disregard for such, or due to a substantial change of circumstances making compliance difficult if not impossible, as well as unexpected new issues arising between parties, require an application to the Court, by way of a Motion, to have a Judge address the same.
Porro Law Group has for many years been assisting clients in Enforcing Court Orders as well as seeking Modification of Court Orders where a substantial change of circumstances arise.