Post-Divorce Modifications

Post-Divorce Modifications

In divorce law, the final divorce decree is often not the final court order. After a divorce becomes final, either spouse can challenge certain decisions made by the court. Post-divorce modifications challenge the financial rulings of the divorce decree.

There are several circumstances that require a change in one’s spousal support, otherwise known as Spousal Maintenance awards. Modifications to the divorce decree require substantial changes to Judgments for Dissolution of Marriage and Allocation Judgments. A post-divorce modification is the best way to change certain aspects of the divorce decree including spousal support, property division, child custody, child support, and visitation.

Post-Decree Modification

Post-decree modifications involve changed circumstances in the following areas:

  • Alimony, otherwise known as Spousal Maintenance and Spousal Support
  • Child Support and Related Child Expenses
  • Parenting Issues such as Allocation and Custody Judgments
  • Issues affecting property rights

Attorney Sean Robertson and the staff of Gateville Law Firm are passionate about providing exceptional legal expertise in family and divorce matters. As skilled and passionate attorneys, our counselors of law provide consistent and reliable communication and divorce advocacy.

Modification of Spousal Maintenance and Alimony Proceedings

Changed financial circumstances require a re-write and modification to spousal maintenance obligations. Furthermore, a spouse’s co-habitat with others may impact one’s right to spousal support. Post-divorce modifications are not always possible, and require the professional analysis of an attorney. Gateville Law Firm can examine your case and court orders to determine if post-divorce modifications will suit your family’s current divorce decree.

Attorney Robertson and his team understand the financial impact that spousal maintenance has one one’s financial well-being. Our lawyers and advocates will develop a plan to modify the terms of your legal obligations in a manner that positively impacts your life. If you and your family require adjudgments to your legal court orders, contact the family and divorce lawyers of Gateville Law Firm at 630-780-1034.