Post Divorce Modification
Changes in child support, child custody and visitation, and alimony are possible depending on your individual circumstances. No two cases are the same because no two divorces or family situations are the same. Making changes in these agreements or orders can be difficult and the standard you will need to meet to trigger a modification is often high.
Sometimes your post-divorce conflict is not about changing anything, it’s about enforcing the agreement you made with your ex-spouse or an order of the court where your divorce took place. Enforcing a Marital Dissolution Agreement or asking the court to hold your ex-spouse in contempt are both options when you have tried to abide by the terms of your divorce agreement, but your ex-spouse will not. Unfortunately, sometimes these disputes simply cannot be resolved without the court’s help.