The final divorce decree often requires modification because of a substantial change in circumstances. A person’s circumstances significant change and this impact their parental rights and property interests. In a divorce case, a custody agreement is a parenting plan that summarizes one’s rights and responsibilities.
POST-DECREE MODIFICATION LAWYERS IN YORKVILLE
In divorce law, post-decree modifications involve a substantial change in circumstances, which impact one’s final divorce decree or other court orders. Post-decree orders and petitions affect the following areas of divorce law:
- Spousal maintenance or otherwise known as “spousal support” or “alimony”
- Modification of child custody agreements and parenting plans
- Child support modifications
- Marital Settlement Agreement changes
MODIFICATION OF SPOUSAL MAINTENANCE AND ALIMONY PROCEEDINGS IN YORKVILLE
The Lawyers of Gateville Law Firm advocate for their clients in the areas of divorce, custody, and post-divorce legal issues. One of these areas involve spousal maintenance and alimony proceedings. A substantial change in circumstances warrant a re-visitation of maintenance and financial awards. Our lawyers handle post-modification spousal maintenance and alimony matters.
If you and your family require adjudgments to your legal court orders, call the family and divorce lawyers of Gateville Law Firm at 630-780-1034.
YORKVILLE POST-DIVORCE LAWYERS
Gateville Law Firm is your Yorkville Divorce and Domestic Relations’ Attorneys handling post-decree divorce modification issues. Our lawyers are advocates and passionate about providing high-quality and experienced legal representation for families in and around the Yorkville, Plano, Aurora, Plainfield, Joliet, and Oswego areas of Kendall County. Sean Robertson may be reached at 630-780-1034.