July 2019 – Modifying and enforcing current orders

This month, we will discuss the processes of modifying and enforcing current orders, whether it be for custody (called legal decision making in Arizona), child support or spousal maintenance.

If there is one constant in life, it is that things will always change. Orders for custody, child support and spousal maintenance are all based on the parties’ current circumstances. When changes in life occur, whether it be as simple as a change in income or as serious as issues that involve the safety or well being of your child, modifying the Court’s orders ensures that your current order accurately reflects your current situation. This can be a difficult road to navigate, and it is important to have a knowledgeable family law attorney to help guide you through the process.


  • Modifying a Custody Order
  • Modifying a Child Support Order
  • Modifying and Order for Spousal Maintenance
  • Enforcement of Orders

Follow our weekly blog series every Friday this month to learn more.

If you find yourself, a friend or a loved one facing an issue involving the modification and/or enforcement of current orders, and are in need of a lawyer for a family law matter, please call OWENS & PERKINS at 480.994.8824 to schedule your free 30 minute consultation.

Owens & Perkins has proudly been serving the Valley of the Sun since 1967 and we would be honored to represent you.

If you missed last month’s blog series click below to learn more about:

Domesticating Foreign Judgments UCCJEA – What Is It and How Does It Work?

UIFSA – What Is It And How Does It Work?

International Divorce and Divorce with a Non-U.S. Citizen