When I first brought my complicated, long and drawn out case to Sam Stoorman and Nicole Hanson’s table, I expected them to do what most had, shake their heads and turn me away. I had attempted to file on my own after needing a restraining order and a restriction of parenting. I quickly discovered that I needed help after several failed attempts of removing my children from clearly hostile and dangerous environment with their father. After meeting with Mr. Stoorman and Ms. Hanson, I turned over my stacks of papers and accumulated court documents and knew that I finally had found a good one (I had several bad lawyer’s to this point). They were able to suggest ideas such as the use of a Child Family Investigator to help our case. They also helped me to obtain info that I did not have access to and just didn’t know how to get my hands on due to all the red tape and legal issues. Nicole has also been great about any follow-up questions since court. They were highly professional and were able to make the process quick to help me remove my children before anything really bad happened to them. I now have full custody and decision making of the children and they are both doing well and adjusting to a more laid back lifestyle with their step dad and myself where we are able to provide stability and amazing opportunities such as travel, sports and most important, college!
Many aspects of a final divorce decree are permanent. However, changes may be made to child support, parenting time, and modifiable maintenance orders. In these situations, Stoorman, Hanson & van der Valk, P.C. can guide you through the process. We have successfully handled post decree modifications for countless clients over the past decades. We will take the time to learn about your unique situation, address your questions and concerns, and provide honest advice regarding your options. Our goal is to help you achieve the best possible resolution to your legal matter.
Court orders and judgments regarding property division, support or custody arrangements should be taken seriously. Not following an order can cause hardship to the other party. As a result, the court system takes these violations seriously, and a contempt action can result. Depending on the circumstances, consequences of a parties’ failure to abide by a court order or a contempt action can include a wide variety of sanctions including fines, judgments, garnishments and even possible incarceration of the offending party.
Whether you need to enforce court orders or defend against them, our highly skilled attorneys are prepared to assist you with even the most complex of situations. We are accomplished litigators who will be strong, experienced advocates for you in the courtroom and throughout the legal process.
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