Enforcement of Court Order, Judgment, or Agreement in Aid of Litigants Rights

During the pendency or the conclusion of a Divorce, marital separation, or family law matter, specific Orders may be set by the Court or agreement may be entered by and between parties which confer rights and responsibilities that parties to a matter must comply. However, specific issues may arise between the parties whereby the responsible party under the Order or agreement fails to comply with a provision of the Order or agreement. If such an issue does arise, we strongly suggest that you consult with a New Jersey Family Law Attorney at the Juzmeski Law Firm to discuss all of your family issues and assist and guide you through your post-judgment enforcement matter.

It is important to you and your family that the party to an agreement or Order comply with their duties and responsibilities as specified with the Order or agreement. Failure to meet the duties under a Court Order or agreement commonly leads to clients seeking legal assistance and enforcements of those Court Order or agreements by filing application with the Court moving to aide litigant’s rights under the Order or agreement. It is crucial that you are properly informed of your rights under the Order or agreement and informed of the responsible party’s duties under the Order or agreement. It is essential to seek assistance from counsel and determination and review from the Court to protect your rights. The Juzmeski Law firm will provide you with diligent and quality legal services so that you may stay confident that your family law matter is handled properly.

A New Jersey Family Law Attorney at the Juzmeski Law Firm can assist and advice clients who are experiencing post-judgment enforcement issues including but not exclusive to the following:

  • Failure of a responsible party to comply with child support orders;
  • Failure of a responsible party to comply with child custody or visitation orders;
  • Failure of a responsible party to comply with child custody or visitation agreements;
  • Failure of a responsible party to comply with spousal support or alimony orders;
  • Failure of a responsible party to comply with spousal support or alimony agreements;
  • Failure of a responsible party to comply with a marital settlement agreement or property settlement agreement.

Should a parent who is responsible under a Child Support or Custody Order fail to meet their legal obligations, it is important and crucial that you seek the legal advice and representation from a New Jersey Family Law Attorney at the Juzmeski Law Firm to protect the interests of your child or children and seek the appropriate post-order or post-judgment relief so that we may have the parent meet their obligations and make all required child support payments as specified. In addition, should your spouse fail to meet there obligations under a Spousal Support Order or agreement it is important that you seek reliable representation so that you are informed of your rights and pursue appropriate action for a party’s failure to abide by the Order or agreement.

Contact Juzmeski Law Firm Today to Schedule a Consultation.

To discuss your matter with a New Jersey Family Law Attorney, contact the Juzmeski Law Firm by email or call (201) 288-2250 to schedule a Consultation.

All initial consultations and further communication with your attorney through the life of your matter will be held of utmost importance and confidential so that we may discuss your matter and any issues of concern in an open and candid, professional environment.

The Juzmeski Law Firm proudly serves and represents clients all across Northern and Central New Jersey with our office located at 1 US Highway 46, Suite 1, Elmwood Park, New Jersey.