Post Decree Modifications
Chicago Divorce Lawyer
Divorce agreements are legally binding. Both parties must adhere to these agreements
or they may be subject to penalties. In some cases, a modification is
desired due to a substantial change in circumstance.
Child custody, spousal support and child support modifications are often sought in the
state of Illinois. The court must be presented with evidence that the
earlier agreements require modification due to a change in life circumstances.
In some cases, a post decree modification is sought when one spouse experienced
a significant increase or decrease in income. The child custody agreements
often need to be revisited when one spouse desires to move out of town.
Whether you seek to gain a modification to child support, child custody
or spousal support, speaking with an experienced divorce lawyer can help
you to discover your best course of action.
About Post Decree Modifications
Post decree modifications may also be implemented when one spouse is not
complying with the terms of the marriage settlement. In addition, a significant
change in your circumstances can make old divorce agreements burdensome
and unfair. I, Attorney Mitch Furman, understand how difficult it can
be raising a family and simply trying to live when one spouse is not complying
with the agreements made during the divorce proceedings. I have helped
countless families to get their questions answered and move on with their
Problems can arise after divorce proceedings have taken place and it is
possible to solve them with the help of an experienced attorney. Your
best interests and the best interests of your child should be protected
and fought for. Whether you wish to enforce an agreement, stop a modification
or make a modification to old divorce agreements, I may be able to help
you. Schedule a free consultation today so that you can begin immediately.