Maintenance and Modification
When Circumstances Change After Divorce
Divorce agreements are not made to last forever. In fact, they often need to be adjusted from time to time. If your circumstances or the needs of your children have changed since your divorce, it may be time to revisit your divorce decree. To explore your options for seeking modifications, it is in your interest to contact an experienced family law attorney.
If your divorce, custody or support agreements no longer reflect the needs of your current situation, you may be able to make significant modifications. You can count on Matthew Midgett to work directly with you to address your modification needs and craft a solution that is focused on fully protecting your rights.
If your divorce, custody or support agreements no longer reflect the needs of your current situation, you may be able to make significant modifications. Contact our firm today for an initial consultation.
What Life Changes Could Trigger A Modification?
Life is fluid and things change all the time. But for people bound by agreements reached during their divorce, this can become a problem that requires a legal solution. Common reasons for seeking modifications include:
— A parent loses a job and needs to reduce child support.
— A parent gets a higher-paying job and his or her ex-spouse seeks additional child support.
— The custodial parent is moving out of state and parenting time agreements must be adjusted to reflect the new situation.
It is important to make sure that the agreements you are bound by accurately reflect your situation and protect your interests. For more information on modifications, contact attorney Matthew Midgett today at 912-421-1553 or reach us through our online form.