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Post Judgment Modifications and Enforcement

After your divorce, your circumstances or your ex-spouse’s circumstances can change dramatically, financially or otherwise. Your children’s circumstances can change as well. Divorce decrees can be subject to change, because people change. As a result, you may be able to modify support awards or custody arrangements. Conversely, you may find yourself in the unfortunate situation of being unable to satisfy your current obligations. In any of the above situations, Attorney Sheila S. Charmoy has the knowledge and experience to help you manage these changes and best protect your interests.

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I used the professional legal services of Sheila Charmoy during my divorce proceedings. Sheila proved herself to be a strong advocate and excellent negotiator. She took the time to fully explain and research all my legal options and the end result was a fair and equitable solution. I would highly...


I hired Sheila Charmoy to sort out some post-judgment issues with my ex-husband. She is a conscientious, highly knowledgeable, experienced family attorney, who always responded to all my questions, concerns, emails and phone calls. She kept me updated on the status of my case, and was always well...


I had a challenging and different case where someone was declaring bankruptcy to avoid paying me. I needed an attorney who understood bankruptcy law and who would be sympathetic to helping me since I am a small woman owned business where a debtor was trying to hide behind bankruptcy protection to...

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