Modifications After Divorce
Irving Lawyer Helps Change Your Court Orders
After a divorce, there are certain court mandated documents which you and
your spouse must follow. This may include child custody and visitation
agreements, child support payments, and spousal support payments. By law,
you must adhere to these agreements. If everything goes as planned, your
life will continue as it was and you never have to worry about these agreements.
Unfortunately, this is not always the case, situations may change, and
you may need to modify your existing divorce order.
Call J. Roland Jeter, P.C. for a
free, 30-minute consultation
to discuss your situation with our experienced divorce attorney.
Why Should I Modify My Divorce Orders?
Life changes, leading to changes in you or your spouse's circumstances.
If you are no longer able to maintain the legal agreements you have made
with you ex-spouse, it is imperative that you seek out an experienced
Irving family law attorney to help. Although your reasons for wanting
to change the divorce order may be valid, you cannot simply stop making
payments or adhering to a certain visitation or child custody schedule.
Modifications may be necessary for the following documents:
The skilled lawyer at J. Roland Jeter, P.C. can offer you legal support
and guidance to assist you in making any modifications to your agreement.
Call (973) 330-4050 to Discuss Your Case
Roland Jeter understands that there are a number of different circumstances
which can lead to needing an agreement modification. Whether your income
has changed, you or your ex-spouse are planning to relocate, one of you
has developed an illness or disability, or you have lost your job, he
can help. It is important to remember that when you are no longer able
to maintain your divorce agreement, you hire an attorney to assist you.
Contact Mr. Jeter today to schedule your
free initial case review!