Types of Post-Divorce Modifications
Unexpected changes are a part of life. If you were divorced or legally separated and the court made a ruling regarding spousal support, child support, visitation, or child custody, you may find that you are now in a situation where this ruling no longer suits your particular situation. Fortunately, you can seek a post-judgment modification. A modification will mean that the court will adjust the amount of child support or spousal support paid or alter the agreement or schedule concerning child custody or visitation. These modifications are a necessary part of family law proceedings and can serve to support your family’s wellbeing.
The Law Offices of Kevin Jensen providepost-judgment modification attorney at our firm can meet with you to discuss your particular situation during an initial consultation.legal counsel for clients throughout the state of Arizona. We assist clients with all types of post-divorce modifications, including those involving child and spousal support, visitation rights, and custody. A
Child Support, Spousal Support, and Child Custody Modification
A substantial change in circumstances may make your current agreement regarding child support, spousal support, custody or visitation impractical or simply impossible. A post-judgment modification can remedy this by altering the agreement into one that is more suitable for all parties involved. It does not matter whether a lawyer at our firm represented you in your original divorce or separation. We can review your original agreement, compare this to your current situation and develop a legal strategy that will best represent your interests as we seek a modification.
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