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KISSIMMEE POST JUDGMENT FAMILY LAW MODIFICATION LAWYER

Just as life situations and circumstances change during the course of a marriage, they also change in the years following a divorce. Sometimes these circumstances may be significant enough which may prompt you to petition the courts for modifications to the orders of previous court orders.

A post judgment modification is a legal process in which one party seeks to have the standing Court Order amended due to changes of the circumstances which lead to the stipulations of the standing Court Order.

Post divorce or family law modification requests often involve:

Post divorce or family law modification requests often involve:

  • Child Support Modifications: A parent may make a request to change the existing court ordered amount of child support owed when a substantial change in the circumstances surrounding the support of the child can be effectively demonstrated to the court. However, any modification must still be in the best interest of the child or children.
  • Child Custody or Visitation Modifications: A parent may make a request to change the existing child custody or visitation court orders is a significant change in circumstances exist to warrant a modification of the current child custody and visitation orders. However, any modification must still be in the best interest of the child or children.
  • Spousal Support / Alimony Modifications: A spouse may make a request to change the existing court ordered amount of spousal support / alimony owed if they can demonstrate a substantial change in the circumstances surrounding the spousal support / alimony which warrants the alteration of an alimony award.

When you must legally address Post Judgment Family Law Modification issues it is important to be made fully aware of your legal rights, options, and to have aggressive, detailed, and dedicated legal representation in your corner. Hiring an experienced post judgment modification attorney may provide you the best opportunity to achieve your desired outcome, or a fair and reasonable resolution.