Even once a divorce is finalized there are post-divorce issues that may arise which will require modifications or enforcement. Family law attorney Ann Thomson can provide imperative guidance through areas of modification for your divorce agreement.
Some areas that can be modified or revisited for enforcement reasons after a divorce agreement include:
The divorce agreement can be revisited by either:
After the divorce settlement is signed by the court, you may not seek modification if you are simply unhappy with one aspect of the agreement. If you want property that was not assigned to you, or you decide Tuesday evenings just are not a good child visitation night for you, the court will not allow legal action to make changes. You must have evidence of fraud or severe hardship if you have reasons such as these for wanting your divorce decree to be modified.
The Law Office of Ann Thomson recognizes how imperative some post-divorce issues are, and we will help you seek immediate help. Issues such as termination of support payments can cause severe financial and emotional strife for you and your children. You need to know you have the legal support and guidance necessary to obtain the relief you need.
Contact our firm today. We have the reputation to succeed in helping you with modification or enforcement issues, and we will maintain your best interests as our focus.