Sometimes after a divorce is finalized, changed circumstances may require a change in the agreement’s conditions. For example, a spouse paying child support may lose a job, or get a new job requiring an adjustment in parenting time. A child may become sick and need different health care coverage. When circumstances change a party will usually seek a modification. This involves filing a petition with the court that heard the divorce.
The attorneys at Brockton D. Hunter, P.A. have successfully represented clients post-decree and are happy to meet with you and discuss your post-decree options when circumstances change.