How To Enforce A Divorce Decree

divorce decreeDuring a divorce process, a court enacts a divorce decree. Usually this is a court order that must be followed by both ex-spouses. If one of the ex-spouses fails to act in accordance with it, the other ex-spouse can take steps to enforce this order.

If you have problems with your ex-spouse abiding the divorce decrees, you should firstly request the proper forms from your local courthouse. You can take them home and fill them our carefully describing in detail each breach of the divorce decree. It is important to include a description of how the breach has impacted you and docsyour children, if you have ones. For more credibility, don’t forget to attach any written proof of the violations to the completed paperwork:

  • emails
  • invoices
  • correspondence and others.

 

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Dissolution Of Marriage: Divorce, Separation, Annulment

marriageThe dissolution of marriage is a legal act that not always coincides with the wishes of both parties. Divorce is a very complicated and typically emotional process that involves division of marital property, debt, custody of any children, payment of child and/or spousal support and others. Generally, divorce is defined as legal termination of a marriage relationship.

divorceIf there are no disagreements between both parties and they can reach a decision on basic divorce issues without going to trial, the divorce is called uncontested. A contested divorce happens when the spouses cannot reach an agreement on terms of divorce and they end up in a court. When a spouse asking for divorce does not have to prove that the other spouse did something wrong, the divorce is considered to be a no fault divorce. If the reason of divorce is cruelty, adultery, imprisonment of a spouse for several years or other wrongdoings, this makes up a fault divorce.

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Can A Child Support Agreement Help In Collecting Child Support?

Asking yourself what child support is and who is obliged to pay it? You don’t know whether you are eligible for child support and what should be the amount of it? This article is meant to provide you with all the information you need.

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Separations – Do They Mean The End Of Marriage And Are A Prelude to Divorce?

separateThey say marriages are made in heaven. No one knows how long their marriage will last but once reached the breaking point, the couple decides to separate. Separation means that the married couple is simply living apart. The law does not require a married couple to live together.  A Legal separation is a court order that mandates the rights and duties of a couple while they are still married, but living apart. A legal separation isn’t a divorce. A benefit of a legal separation is that it is the last chance to save a marriage by revising spouses’ mistakes and coming to an agreement.

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Spousal Support – the Financial Side of the Divorce

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No one gets married with the expectations that their marriage will fail. Unfortunately divorces happen very often between married couples and this process can become very stressful and emotional. Also such factors like division of the property, child custody or other financial issues can make things more tense.

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Today we are going to discuss one of the financial sides of the divorce, in particular spousal support. This is also called alimony or maintenance. Spousal support is referred to a monthly payment made buy one spouse to the other following a divorce, when the spouse is unable to meet his or her needs without financial assistance.

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