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Family law order modifications cover a variety of cases

We have covered a variety of family law topics on this blog. Many of those have discussed topics like seeking alimony, getting child support and determining child custody. What some of our readers might not realize is that you might have the option of modifying these orders after the divorce is finalized.

Post-divorced modifications are used to change orders associated with a divorce when the need for change meets certain requirements. In many cases, major changes in your circumstances might be the grounds for seeking a modification of orders. For example, if you lose your job, seeking a modification for a reduction in child support or spousal support might be possible.

It is important that anyone who is considering filing for a modification of divorce orders understand the criteria for seeking changes through the court. We can help you to understand the criteria. We can help you work through the criteria to determine if your case meets the criteria.

We know that you probably don't want to hash out all the issues of your divorce again. We can help you from start to finish with your modification. Property division, alimony, child visitation, child support and child custody are all aspects of your divorce that might be able to be modified.

Modification isn't limited only to couples who have divorced. Even if you weren't married and need help with a custody-related issue, we can help you learn your options and work through the modification case.

Whether you are seeking a modification or fighting against one, you can count on us to stand by your side as you go through the process.

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