San Antonio Child Support Enforcement Lawyer

Helping resolve issues over unfinished business from marriages for individuals all over South Texas.

After the divorce is finished, the agreements that are made as part of the divorce decree need to be acted upon. If one person involved in these agreements fails to follow through on his or her part, the other person may request orders of enforcement from the court to ensure the agreements are completed.

At the Law Office of Roland R. Esparza, P.C., we help people who need to have court orders enforced, and we defend people against the enforcement of court orders.

Enforcing The Court Orders In Your Divorce Decree

If your former spouse fails to follow through on his or her end of your deal, we can go before a judge to seek compliance with the court orders, which may result in your former spouse spending time in jail if he or she does not deliver on his or her promises.

Our San Antonio child support enforcement attorney handles cases involving:

  • Child support
  • Visitation
  • Spousal maintenance
  • Transference of assets agreed to in the divorce decree
  • Turning over property agreed to in the divorce decree
  • Transference of a share of retirement benefits

Preventing Misinterpretation Of Your Divorce Decree

There are times when one person believes one thing was said, while the other person believes something else. Whatever was written into the divorce decree is what stands, in terms of whether or not an order can be subject to enforcement. Depending on how the court orders are written, a section may not be specific enough to be enforced because it is too open to interpretation.

Roland R. Esparza knows how court orders should be written, and how they can be defended, by using his 23 years of legal experience. He will defend your side of an interpretation of court orders.

New Braunfels Visitation Enforcement Attorney

Roland R. Esparza spent six years as a judge for the city of San Antonio, along with his 23 years as an attorney. He will review your situation and give you an honest assessment of your chances of success in enforcing or defending a court order.

Whether you are seeking enforcement of your spousal maintenance orders, your former spouse refuses to let you see your children or you are being accused of failing to comply with court orders, we can help.

Call us at 888-447-9456 or contact us online to schedule your complimentary consultation.

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