Having trouble getting the court to enforce child support, custody agreements, or other family court orders in Arizona? A dedicated enforcement attorney can make a significant difference. Lead attorney Lyndsey Fibus is ready to assist you in advocating for and protecting your family's rights.
Bringing in an enforcement attorney can really make a difference when it comes to sorting out family law disagreements, especially if the other side keeps ignoring or breaking court orders. Dealing with someone who constantly disregards court rulings can be extremely difficult to handle on your own. Our aim is to highlight these violations to the court and help find ways to stop them from happening again in the future.
“In all my dealings with Lyndsey and her firm, I find them to be extremely professional, concerned, and genuinely caring. Lyndsey is not about billable hours but absolutely concentrates on doing what’s best for her clients. I highly recommend Lyndsey and her firm.” – Ter Cam.
“Lyndsey and her team provided timely, thorough, and accurate assessments of my pending divorce. We were able to mutually agree on a settlement with no litigation. They are real professionals.” – Greg Garifo.
“Lyndsey is amazing! She is extremely responsive and will fight for you. My divorce was complicated, and she did an amazing job navigating through it all and overcoming many obstacles. I highly recommend her.” – Kristen Copenhaver
Are you facing family law issues? Do you need help sorting out child custody or support? Do you need to make modifications to existing family law orders? Paradise Valley Family Law can help. Contact us today to get started.Contact us today
At Paradise Valley Family Law, we can help enforce all types of family court orders, including child support, custody schedules, premarital agreements, spousal maintenance, and any other legally binding orders.
The first thing you'll want to do is schedule a consultation with our experienced team. We'll discuss your situation, review your court orders that are not being followed, and then take over communication with the non-compliant party to seek enforcement through proper legal channels.
While this is not the ideal situation, we will help locate missing parties and coordinate with child support enforcement agencies to use income withholding, tax intercepts, license revocation, and other tools nationally to enforce owed support.
If a legal court order does not exist granting you custody or visitation rights, it is much harder to successfully pursue enforcement. But we may be able to file an action establishing formal rights and timesharing first.