Family Law Attorney Belleville, Illinois
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Post-Judgment Modifications

Our Belleville, IL divorce attorneys focus on finding solutions

Interested in making changes to your divorce agreement? Or perhaps your former spouse wants to do so? In either case, it's important to understand all the legal options available to you before you agree to alter your divorce settlement in any way.

At Courtney ∙ Clark Law, P.C., our experienced divorce attorneys can review the details of your case. We can then advise you on the best course of action. That's way, you can make informed decisions how to modify your divorce agreement or if you should ever do so.

Our attorneys bring decades of experience to these complex matters. When you choose us to assist with a post-judgment modification, we will move quickly so you can move forward with your life. We're well-known for our ability to carefully analyze the financial impact of modifications to existing divorce agreements.

Changes to parental responsibility

Following a divorce or paternity action, the judgments put into place regarding child parental responsibility, child support and spousal maintenance are not intended to be permanent. They can be changed, but only if changes are necessary.

Several years ago, Illinois adopted new terms for parental responsibility and parenting time. Modification of parental responsibility arrangements may be necessary.

That's why it's critical that you have a knowledgeable divorce lawyer on your side who knows the law and knows how to get results. Our attorneys know the law because we routinely handle such complicated cases throughout southern Illinois. There's no substitute for experience.

Changes to parental responsibility and spousal maintenance

Child support modifications can be made only in certain circumstances. Such circumstances include:

  • One parent has lost his or her job or suffered a substantial pay cut, child support or maintenance modification may be available.
  • One parent has been granted a promotion and a pay increase, modification may be possible.
  • Child's medical condition requires additional support.
  • One spouse remarries.

Whatever the circumstances, we can help you determine if making a modification is an option and which approach makes the most sense based on your circumstances.

Here to help you

Don't underestimate the complexity of your case. Modifying a divorce agreement can significantly impact your life. That's why it's important to carefully consider such changes before agreeing to any modification, no matter how small it might seem.

We understand the seriousness and urgency of your legal matter. That's why we want to meet with you soon as possible. Before you make any modifications, talk to us. We can help. Contact our law firm and schedule your free case evaluation today.

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