Modifications & Enforcement of Court Orders
Houston Modification Attorneys
Life Situations change. Modify or enforce your court order.
- Some ex-spouses fail to transfer assets, liquidate property, comply to
alimony or spousal support orders and take other actions as ordered to
divide property equitably
- Some parents wrongfully deny and obstruct visitation time
Some parents wish to
relocate and move with their children
- Some parents move with children without the court or other parents' permission
- Some parents remarry
- New work schedules may conflict with visitation times or simply put - the
original custody and visitation arrangement isn't in the child's best
Circumstances can change which often necessitates modification of your
court order. If you are struggling with complex post-divorce problems
or child custody agreements, you are not alone and you have options.
Texas law firm, Hendershot Cannon Martin & Hisey, P.C, has over 25+ years of experience
helping families with
divorce and child custody
- We have obtained modifications for many parents with demanding schedules
and travel requirements, such as airline pilots, doctors, business executives,
and military service members.
- When a parent denies court-ordered visitation, our attorneys take action
to force compliance and affirm your rights as a parent.
- Our seasoned family law attorneys are unafraid of high-level disputes and
ready to tackle any issue that may arise as we proceed with modifying
or enforcing an existing court order on your behalf.
Are you ready to modify or enforce your family law case? Call our Houston
Family Law Firm today to schedule a confidential consultation | (713)
contact us online 24/7.
When Custody Agreements Demand Modification
Child custody and visitation orders are established based on the facts
and circumstances that prevail when they are issued. They can be modified
when circumstances change, but the change must be significant and the
court will make its decision based on the best interests of the child.
- Examples of modification & enforcement cases we handle: :
- Significant life changes such as major changes in work schedules
- A parent moves a great distance away or out-of-state
- A parent receives a new job opportunity or experiences a job loss
A parent wishes to
relocate with the child
- One or both parents remarry
- Denial or obstruction of parental visitation time
- Unexpected health issues of a child
- Original orders entered in your absence (common for military service personnel)
- Misconduct and unfit parenting such as abuse, neglect or a parents’
involvement in drug or alcohol abuse
- Domestic violence
- Failure to comply with the transfer of assets or the liquidation of property
Getting Started - Modifying & Enforcing your Court Order
Lawyer up with Hendershot, Cannon, Martin & Hisey, P.C.
Hendershot, Cannon, Martin & Hisey, P.C. is dedicated to providing
you with effective solutions that protect your children, your livelihood,
and your future security. Modifications and enforcements are highly contested
disputes, but with 200+ years of combined legal experience,
our lawyers are not shaken by high-level disputes. Speak with our firm—let us develop a tailored solution and fight
for the outcome you need.
We will help you decide:
- Whether your concern might yet be resolved through direct negotiation or
whether you should proceed with legal action as promptly as possible.
- If your likelihood of winning a positive outcome in a disputed custody,
visitation, or property matter justifies your investment in legal services.
Call (713) 909-7323 to get started on your modification or enforcement case, or
fill out our online form 24/7.