Nassau County Modifications & Enforcements Lawyer
Tailored Legal Solutions for Your Family
At Kirshblum Taber PC, we understand that family law matters can be complex and emotionally charged. Our team of seasoned legal professionals is dedicated to providing tailored solutions that align with your unique circumstances and needs. We strive to guide you through the intricacies of the legal system, delivering clear communication and unwavering support every step of the way.
Dealing with modifications and enforcements in Nassau County requires a deep understanding of the law. That's where we come in. Our attorneys have the knowledge and experience to help you navigate these challenges - whether it involves changes to custody agreements, support orders, or enforcement of existing orders.
Don't face these changes alone. Reach out to us today by filling out our online form or calling us at (516) 908-8842 for a no-obligation consultation and discover how we can assist you in managing your family law matters.
When Can You Request a Modification?
A modification to an existing order can be requested under a variety of circumstances. Generally, the courts will consider such a request if there has been a 'substantial change' in the circumstances of either party involved.
This could include, but is not limited to:
- A significant increase or decrease in either party's income
- Changes in the child's residence or custodial arrangements
- Changes in the cost of raising a child (such as medical expenses, educational expenses, etc.)
- Changes in either party's health condition
However, it is important to note that each case is unique, and the considerations may vary based on the specifics of your situation. This is why it's crucial to have an experienced family law attorney to provide guidance and representation. At Kirshblum Taber PC, our team takes the time to understand the intricacies of your case, offering tailored advice and solutions.
Enforcing existing court orders is as important as obtaining them. It ensures that the rights and responsibilities outlined in the order are upheld. If a party fails to comply with a court order related to family law – whether it relates to child support, spousal support, or custody and visitation rights – it can have serious legal repercussions.
In such scenarios, the law provides several enforcement mechanisms, which include, but are not limited to:
- Contempt of court: If a party fails to comply with a court order, they can be held in contempt of court. This can result in penalties such as fines or even jail time.
- Income withholding: For cases involving child or spousal support, the court can order the employer of the non-compliant party to withhold a portion of their income.
- Liens: A lien can be placed on the non-compliant party's property, which can be sold to satisfy the unpaid support.
- License suspensions: The court can order the suspension of the non-compliant party's drivers or professional licenses.
At Kirshblum Taber PC, our experienced attorneys can help you understand these enforcement options and advise you on the best course of action based on your specific circumstances.
Why Choose Kirshblum Taber PC?
Choosing Kirshblum Taber PC means entrusting your family law matters to a team that genuinely cares. Our seasoned attorneys are committed to providing personalized attention, ensuring you fully understand your rights and options. We treat each case with the utmost importance, working tirelessly to advocate for your best interests.
Reach out to us today at (516) 908-8842 or fill out our online form to schedule a consultation.
Our lawyers serving Nassau County bring a unique background of experience. Attorney David A. Kirshblum, Esq. is a retired judge who has spent over 24 years on the family court bench, including presiding over cases involving Sean “Puffy” Combs, Al Pacino, and Mick Jagger.
He has also written decisions that have been affirmed by the NYS Appellate Division. Having been on the judicial side of the law, Attorney Kirshblum has a unique perspective that can prove advantageous to strategizing against the other side.
Further, while Attorney Kirshblum handles the family law side, Attorney Orly Taber, Esq. has significant experience with estate planning and helps clients, particularly the elderly, with estate matters and ex-spouse property disputes.
She is an energetic and client-focused lawyer who helps build estate plans that safeguard your personal and material interests.
Both Nassau County lawyers at Kirshblum Taber PC are experienced and professional advocates who treat their clients with respect.