Modifications and Enforcement
Joan Bundy Law
Just as marriage does not always end with “till death do us part,” divorces and legal separations do not always end with the “final” divorce decree or other court order. The parties seldom ride off in opposite directions, never to be heard from again. Circumstances can and do change, and ongoing contact is necessary when children are involved. Such situations call for what is known in legal terms as a post-decree modification or enforcement.