Complaint for Modification Lawyers

Even after a court order is handed down, you may find yourself in need of additional legal services to protect your rights and assert your interests, especially where circumstances between the parties have changed since the time of the initial court order. Antonioni & Antonioni Law Office is committed to helping clients achieve their goals in post-divorce disputes involving enforcement, modifications and contempt orders. Whether you need help filing a complaint or you need counsel in your defense, our attorneys will work aggressively to protect your rights.

Attorney Robert A. Antonioni and attorney Robert A. Mason appear in the probate and family court on a weekly basis, where complaints for modification and complaints for contempt are determined. We are known and respected by the judges who sit on these cases, and the area attorneys who practice in this area. This familiarity with the court environment where visitation matters are resolved is invaluable to our clients.

Attorney Robert A. Antonioni has litigated hundreds of cases involving modifications of existing orders, and contempt rights have been litigated, relating to all matters initially involving a past probate and family court order. He has represented clients both seeking and defending against modifications and contempts. He has provided his clients with a steady presence and practical advice in these contentious and emotional situations.

If you are facing a complaint for modification or complaint for contempt, or you are pursuing either of these actions, it is important to know your rights and the legal ramifications of the outcome. Our attorneys can help you.

Complaint for Contempt Attorneys: Leominster

Complaints for contempt arise when an original order is not followed by the other party. If you are not receiving the benefits required in an existing order in a divorce or custody case, or if you are being unfairly brought to court to answer for a complaint for contempt, it is important that you receive proper representation right away. The consequences of a court order in a contempt case can be severe, and it is important that you seek immediate assistance before the hearing scheduled for the contempt.

Our firm has experience successfully resolving cases of contempt or modification, and we represent plaintiffs, as well as defendants.

We can assist with enforcement of orders or defense of contempt orders involving:

  • Visitation
  • Child support
  • Paternity
  • Health and dental insurance
  • Payment of uninsured medical or dental costs
  • Alimony and spousal support
  • Education costs
  • Tax issues
  • Payment of marital obligations such as mortgage payments and credit card bills

Modifications After a Court Order

In some cases, a modification to an original divorce decree, paternity order or guardianship/conservatorship decree may be necessary. A significant change in circumstances in any of these matters, such as a job relocation or pending marriage to someone out of state, loss of employment, a job change or a change in the child's needs, may make an original court order impractical. In these cases, our firm will carefully review the situation, explain your options and pursue legal action to obtain the results you seek.

Our lawyers handle modifications involving:

  • Custody and visitation
  • Removal of a minor child(ren) to another state
  • Relocation/deployment
  • Changes in health or dental insurance
  • Child support
  • Alimony
  • Drug addiction/unfit parents
  • Guardianships and conservatorships

Contact us to schedule a free, initial case evaluation with one of our Leominster complaint for modification and complaint for contempt attorneys. You are under no obligation to retain our services.