In this video, Jordan answers the common question of what if litigation has ended, but the conflict continues: what are your options. Make sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE to our videos! We have new content weekly and as always, we welcome your comments!
Transcript: Person Speaking: Jordan
Perhaps unsurprising, your co-parenting challenges may not always end just because the divorce or custody case does. Your first option is to return to court. You would return to court by filing a motion to change custody or modify a parenting plan or a motion for contempt if you feel that the other party isn’t complying with court orders. However, you may not wish to go back to court because it is stressful, expensive, time-consuming, or simply because you just don’t see how a new court order will resolve any of your parenting conflicts.
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