Life circumstances often change; and these changes may necessitate modifying divorce judgments, and child support or physical placement orders. Whether you are relocating to another area of the state or the country, your financial circumstances have changed, or other life-changing events have occurred, it may be in your best interests, and your children’s best interests, to modify custody, placement, and child support judgments after the divorce is final.
Obtaining a post-judgment modification to a divorce decree may be a complicated procedure. Missimer Law, S.C. in Janesville, Wisconsin understands the reasons judgment modifications must be made and will help you understand what your options are for presenting such modifications to your ex-spouse and the family court. With our competent family law attorneys, Missimer Law, S.C. will work to provide you with the best opportunity for success.
Post-judgment modifications may be sought for a variety of post-divorce issues, including changes in child custody, physical placement, child relocation, spousal support/child support, and complex property division. Palimony and cohabitation agreements may also be modified, provided there are adequate reasons for the modifications.
Modifications may be required when:
At Missimer Law, S.C., we represent you when you or your ex-spouse’s personal circumstances have changed; and you require a post-judgment modification to deal with those changes. Attorney Richard Missimer will provide you with an honest assessment of your situation and chances for achieving the modification. Call him today at 262-565-8200.