Divorce settlements can be modified when there has been a change in circumstances, such as a significant increase or decrease in income. A modification can also be contested. Effective representation in any post-divorce matter can significantly impact the outcome of the situation. We can provide the legal counsel needed when pursuing a modification and ensure your rights are protected.
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After a settlement has been reached in a divorce, circumstances can change, requiring the modification of a divorce-related agreement. In cases involving child support, this can include:
In Florida, there are several reasons why the court may approve a modification or termination of alimony. Some of the most common reasons for a modification are:
Florida family law courts understand the demands of daily life, which is why child custody orders (parenting plans) can be modified by the court if there has been an unanticipated, substantial change in your family’s circumstances. However, courts will only modify the parenting plan if the modification is in the child's best interests. Proving that the proposed change is both unexpected and in the child's best interests may be difficult to do without the help of competent legal representation.
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Although your original divorce decree reflected your life at one time, it may not accurately reflect your current circumstances. Even if you and your ex-spouse agree to certain changes, they must still be reflected in your official documents with the court system.
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