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Family Law: Post-Judgment Motions

Before You Start How To Use This Guide Should I Get a Lawyer? Motion to Modify Motion to Enforce Motion for Contempt more...

Divorce and Parental Rights and Responsibilities: Glossary

Here's What They Mean: A Glossary of Legal Terms Learn more about Divorce and Parental Rights and Responsibilities in Maine in our interactive classroom. Learn more about Divorce without Children in Maine in our interactive classroom. Learn more about How more...

Motion for Contempt: Maine Court Forms

Important Notice: Doing your own court case without a lawyer is hard and not always a good idea. Before going ahead, we advise you to read Family Law in Maine: Post-Judgment Motions. To get your case into court, you must fill out, file, and serve certain court forms. Here is a list of the forms you will need to get your case started. These are our older .pdf forms. You ca more...

Motion to Enforce: Maine Court Forms

Important Notice: Doing your own court case without a lawyer is hard and not always a good idea. Before going ahead, we advise you to read Family Law in Maine: Post-Judgment Motions. To get your case into court, you must prepare, file, and serve certain court forms. Here is a list of the forms you will need to get your case started. We offer two more...

Portland District Court: Family Law Post-Judgment Motions

How to Enforce or Modify a Divorce Judgment in Portland District Court If you are trying to change or enforce a divorce order in the Portland District Court, you might find some helpful information here. First, watch this short video. Then read some tips that may also help you to navigate the court process. This information also applies if you are an unmarried parent, trying to get a "parental rights" or "paternity" ord more...