A divorce decree is based upon the facts and circumstances that exist at the time a divorce is finalized. In time, however, those facts and circumstances may change.
Certain professional and personal changes for the former spouses or children growing older may require modifications to the on-going court orders for the following issues:
Job loss or promotion can change income and residency, requiring our legal team to revisit both support and custody/timesharing agreements. Significant changes in income also have an impact on lifestyle and could alter spousal support payments.
Any changes involving time and payments can create intense conflict that requires expert guidance. The attorneys at Little, Gilman-Tepper & Batley, P.A. have vast experience in post-decree modification litigation cases with high income and high asset circumstances.
Contact the attorneys to help you to determine your post-decree modification needs.