Get Help Modifying or Enforcing Orders in Your Case.
At Sheldon & Stoutner, we know that sometimes life changes for you and for your children. Upon the presentation of sufficient evidence, the Court may modify many aspects of your Decree or prior Order from legal decision-making (custody), parenting time and child support, to spousal maintenance and assets/debts division. If an emergency exists in which a child is at imminent risk of serious harm, the Court is empowered to enter emergency orders which may limit or eliminate parenting time. The Phoenix attorneys at Sheldon & Stoutner have the necessary experience to help our clients modify prior court orders and address emergent post-decree issues.
On occasion, even when a person has the best intentions, he or she may not follow the Court’s orders or the Court’s decree. The attorneys at Sheldon & Stoutner are committed to helping our clients purse and enforce orders entered by the Court. If necessary, we will request the Court hold a party in contempt and/or sanction a party for failing to comply with an order or decree. On the other hand, if you are unable to comply with a Court order for financial or other reasons, Sheldon & Stoutner can assist you in modifying that order.
We give you the personalized attention your case deserves and build a case around the facts to help you obtain the best legal outcome.