At the family law offices of Kuder, Smollar, Friedman & Mihalik, PC, we know that in matters of divorce, it is one thing to help establish a legal resolution to divorce that defines the roles and responsibilities of the two parents. It is another to make certain that the parties live up to the specified requirements.
Sometimes the two parties cannot agree on what the court order requires of each of them. Conflict can arise, and at times it cannot be resolved without court involvement. As your attorneys we help you approach the court for enforcement of the court order.
The one constant in life is change. As a result, the parties in a divorce may find themselves in a position where they can no longer live up to the precise terms of their divorce agreement. Modification of a court order is such a critical component of the post-divorce period.
This is why modification of a court order is such a critical component of the post-divorce period. Most modifications involve child custody, child support and/or spousal support.
If life changes present you with circumstances that demand a modification of a court order, it is important to have an attorney who is experienced in handling these matters. Circumstances that often result in court order modification requests include—
If you believe a change in your fortunes warrant the court to revisit the terms of your divorce, the lawyers of Kuder, Smollar, Friedman & Mihalik, PC have the experience and knowledge to help you get you what you need.