Post Judgement

After a judgment of divorce is entered, the court keeps jurisdiction to enforce the judgment.  The parties are required to bring the matter to the court’s attention in the form of a motion as the judgment is self-policing (i.e. the court does not check up to see if the parties are following the judgment).  Most of the time post judgment matters involve enforcement of child support, increasing or reducing child support, changing custody, moving a child more than 50 miles from the former home, selling the marital home, payment of debts and parenting time disputes.

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