REVISITING DIVORCE AND CHILD SUPPORT DECREES

When a divorce is finalized, the agreement reflects current circumstances. As those circumstances change with time, however, adjustments to the original divorce agreement may be appropriate. Specific requirements must be met and a compelling argument must be made for the court to approve the modification of a divorce agreement. At the law firm of Anna K Law, my parenting responsibility and decision-making modification tenacity and skill to help my clients reach a favorable result.

Keep The Divorce Agreement In Line With Your Circumstances

Depending on the type of modification you are seeking, the court will consider several factors in reviewing your request. Factors such as a child reaching the age of majority, a change in employment, the need to relocate, a child attending college or a change in marital status for either spouse can all come into play in modifications.

I can represent clients on both sides of modification cases. Whether you are the parent seeking to modify an order or the parent contesting a proposed modification, I will present the strongest possible case to support your position.

In Illinois, post-decree modifications include:

Helping You Adjust To Changes Following Divorce

Contact my Northbrook, Illinois, office today to discuss your family law modification issues with a lawyer. I offer a free 30-minute consultation. You can reach me by phone at 847-715-9328 or via email to schedule an appointment.

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