Post-Divorce Modification Services
Divorce settlement agreements or judgments can require modification as circumstances change. Child support or custody modifications can be based on a wide range of changes in your life or the life of your former spouse. Changes such as the age of the child, the child's preference, financial matters, relationship between the child and parents, household stability, physical and mental wellbeing of the child and parents, evidence of abuse or neglect, can all come into play when determining the need for a post-divorce modification. There may be a need to move out of the area, or another situation that involves a child’s health and welfare.
Skilled Child Custody, Child Support & Alimony Modification Attorney
James A. Hennenhoefer Divorce & Family Law can assist you in post-divorce modification procedures involving child custody, child support or alimony (spousal support). We will work with you to ensure the best interests of your child are met with any post-divorce modification.