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A post-judgment modification takes place when changes in situation after a divorce require modification of custody orders, support orders or visitation orders. Judges often grant post-judgment modifications when there has been a substantial change in the divorce couple's circumstances. Child custody or child support arrangements could be modified if one parent's care for the child changes. Spousal support payments can also be modified, depending on the spouse's change in income.
After a divorce, the child support orders, child custody orders and spousal support orders that were once fitting may no longer be appropriate for your circumstances today. You may need a post-judgment modification if you need to increase your child support payments, decrease child support payments or change child custody orders in case a parent exhibits irresponsible behavior or if the child is having trouble at home.
Making post-judgment modifications requires proving to the Court that there is a substantial change in circumstances. Post-judgment modification lawyers can help you compile necessary financial information that show why previous court orders should be modified. Post-judgment lawyers can also help you with relocation cases, alimony orders, child support orders, new parenting plans/visitation changes or non-payment of child support.
If you want to modify current orders of divorce judgments because of change circumstances, contact Attorney Search Network today to find a post-judgment lawyer to handle your post-judgment modification case.
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