Motions for Modification and Motions for Contempt are the two most common post-judgment divorce motions in Connecticut. Motions for Contempt are typically filed to enforce an existing court order. For example, where a parent owes child support or wrongfully withheld visitation. In Connecticut, noncompliance of a valid court order is not enough to have…

Post judgment motions are simply motions filed after you have been divorced. At the time of a divorce, certain orders are entered. All of these orders make up the divorce judgment. A post judgment motion is filed to address orders within the divorce judgment. A post judgment motion usually falls into one of two categories:…

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