During a divorce, it is always the goal to resolve your matter in a way that ensures that you will never have to endure the financially and emotionally taxing process of returning to court. Unfortunately, there are circumstances in which you may need to return to court to either enforce a Court Order or due to a change in circumstance. Post-Judgment Motions require the same level of tenacious advocacy that was afforded to you during your initial court proceeding.
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A post-judgment agreement is a legal agreement that is made after a final judgment has been entered in a court case in Totowa.
A pre-judgment agreement is made before a final judgment is entered, while a post-judgment agreement is made after the final judgment has been entered.
Common issues addressed in post-judgment agreements in Totowa include changes in circumstances, such as a change in income or living arrangements, that impact child support or alimony payments.
A post-judgment agreement can be enforced in Totowa through the court by filing a motion to enforce the agreement.
Yes, a post-judgment agreement can be modified in Totowa if there is a significant change in circumstances.
If one party does not comply with the terms of a post-judgment agreement in Totowa, the other party can file a motion to enforce the agreement with the court. The court can take various enforcement actions, such as wage garnishment or seizure of property, to ensure compliance with the agreement.
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