Compassionate Counsel For Those Facing Post-Divorce Issues
While a judge will issue a final decree to mark the end of your divorce’s legal process, the aftermath of divorce will likely last for years to come. If you have kids, for example, your child custody or support agreements may need revisiting. Ex-spouses may also break agreements – at which point legal enforcement may be necessary.
Regardless of how your life post divorce may look, our experienced family lawyers are well-prepared to help settle your dispute or assist with modification. Hirsch & Ehlenberger, P.C., has provided Northern Virginia with divorce and family law services since 1989. We understand what it takes to settle post-divorce matters quietly and efficiently.
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You may, if necessary, motion to modify your divorce agreements. It is possible to modify child custody arrangements made in the divorce. This process can prove quite difficult, but if your legal party convinces the court that modification in the best interest of the child, you may stand a good chance.
Other modifications may include changes to support for spouses or property and asset division. Any motion for modification should be filed with the same court where your divorce decree was made. Note, however, that modifications are never simple and will benefit from informed legal counsel.
Odds are that modification or enforcement is not what you had in mind during the initial divorce process. Revisiting these agreements may stir up stress and anxiety. Let us at Hirsch & Ehlenberger, P.C., bear the legal weight of your post-divorce matters.