Post-Divorce Agreement In Hawaii

Post-Divorce Agreement In Hawaii

Enforcement or Modification of your Honolulu Divorce Decree

It is quite a relief when you reach a resolution in your Hawaii divorce case and are finally divorced. However, sooner or later, issues may arise after your divorce is final. Such post-divorce issues may include enforcement of one, or more, of the provisions in your divorce decree, modification of child support, or the need to change custody and/or the visitation schedule. Sometimes you and your former spouse can work through these issues, but if you cannot, you will need an experienced Hawaii family law attorney to file a post-decree motion in Family Court on your behalf.

If either you, or your former spouse, needs to relocate and leave Hawaii, then child custody and visitation will need to be revisited. If your former spouse has failed to pay child support, or alimony, you may need to take them back to Family Court and request an order to enforce the term(s) of your Hawaii divorce decree. I have filed numerous post-decree motions in the Hawaii Family Court on behalf of clients seeking to enforce or modify their divorce decrees.

A Hawaii Attorney to Assist you with your Post-Divorce Matter

The Hawaii Family Court will most likely require you and your former spouse to engage in mediation before you are allowed to proceed to trial. Before spending money on mediation, I will first try to reach an agreement with your former spouse. If I cannot reason with your former spouse, then I will work with you to select the right mediator. I have good working relationships with the best family law mediators in Hawaii, and am skilled at negotiating favorable settlements for my clients in post-divorce matters.

Unfortunately, divorce is not always the final resolution for everyone. It is not uncommon for issues to arise after your Hawaii divorce is final. Let me put my experience in handling post-divorce matters to work for you to achieve efficient, cost-effective results.

Hawaii Post Divorce Decree

Enforcement or Modification of your Honolulu Divorce Decree

It is quite a relief when you reach a resolution in your Hawaii divorce case and are finally divorced. However, sooner or later, issues may arise after your divorce is final. Such post-divorce issues may include enforcement of one, or more, of the provisions in your divorce decree, modification of child support, or the need to change custody and/or the visitation schedule. Sometimes you and your former spouse can work through these issues, but if you cannot, you will need an experienced Hawaii family law attorney to file a post-decree motion in Family Court on your behalf.

If either you, or your former spouse, needs to relocate and leave Hawaii, then child custody and visitation will need to be revisited. If your former spouse has failed to pay child support, or alimony, you may need to take them back to Family Court and request an order to enforce the term(s) of your Hawaii divorce decree. I have filed numerous post-decree motions in the Hawaii Family Court on behalf of clients seeking to enforce or modify their divorce decrees.

A Hawaii Attorney to Assist you with your Post-Divorce Matter

The Hawaii Family Court will most likely require you and your former spouse to engage in mediation before you are allowed to proceed to trial. Before spending money on mediation, I will first try to reach an agreement with your former spouse. If I cannot reason with your former spouse, then I will work with you to select the right mediator. I have good working relationships with the best family law mediators in Hawaii, and am skilled at negotiating favorable settlements for my clients in post-divorce matters.

Unfortunately, divorce is not always the final resolution for everyone. It is not uncommon for issues to arise after your Hawaii divorce is final. Let me put my experience in handling post-divorce matters to work for you to achieve efficient, cost-effective results.

Hawaii Post Divorce Decree