Enforcing Your Agreements
Your divorce settlement, child custody decree or other family law order is a legally enforceable document for all parties involved. Whether you have been accused of violating the order, or you are trying to get your former spouse to live up to their obligations, you need experienced legal guidance to reach a fair and sustainable solution.
For more than 25 years, Michalk, Beatty & Alcozer, L.P., has helped people in Texas with post-decree enforcement actions. Our practice goes beyond the day your divorce or child support decree goes into effect. We are here for you when a post-decree conflict arises. We will help you save time, money and stress by using our considerable litigation abilities to your advantage.
Holding Your Former Spouse Responsible
Our family law attorneys are prepared to represent you in an enforcement action related to any type of decree, including:
- Divorce and property division
- Child support
- Spousal maintenance (alimony)
- Child custody and visitation
A post-decree enforcement action is a form of litigation. Instead of trying to fill out the necessary documents, meeting all filing deadlines and representing yourself before the judge, put us in your corner. Your lawyer will discuss your case with you so that you understand your rights and obligations. We will help you weigh your options and decide what is best for yourself and your children. And if your conflict cannot be solved outside of court, we will aggressively pursue your interests at trial.
Involved In A Post-Decree Conflict? Tell Us About It.
Call 254-727-7235 to contact Michalk, Beatty & Alcozer, L.P., and schedule a free initial consultation. Our main office is in Killeen, and we also meet with clients at our Temple location by appointment. We represent clients throughout Texas. Hablamos español.