Coming to conclusions and resolutions during a divorce is not an easy process but it must be done. Hopefully by the end of it all, you are confident that everything is fair and settled appropriately. Not every situation will end this way, though, and our day-to-day lives will never be static. Changes can and do happen all the time. Can you also change court orders to adjust to them?
When you work with our Brighton divorce lawyer from The Garling Law Firm, LLC, you can discuss modification of court orders and how established agreements can be changed after-the-fact. You should not be forced to live uncomfortably due to an order that no longer fits your needs or upholds your best interest. Let us know what is going on during an initial consultation and we can point you in the right direction.
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In an ideal world, you and your ex-spouse will get along fine and both agree upon the decision to modify court orders that were established during your divorce, however long ago that may be. In such a situation, both of you would only need to work with a divorce attorney to draft a new agreement and sign it together in court. Of course, ideal situations are not everyday situations, and you are more likely to face some resistance from your ex when you bring up modifications, which will now require that you prove to the court why your modification is necessary.
The court considers a few situations valid for the modification of orders, including:
Modifying court orders is all about making your life easier and rebalancing a system that may have become one-sided as the years went by. At The Garling Law Firm, we are all about helping our clients settle disputes and find peace of mind.