Modifications to Denver Divorce Orders
Results-Oriented Family Law Representation: (303) 578-3940
When you and your spouse get divorced, there is a legal order the two of
you must follow. This order dictates how subjects such as child custody,
child support, visitation, and alimony are handled. When your circumstances
change, you may be able to request a modification by petitioning the court.
However, it is imperative that you do not simply make your own changes
hoping that your spouse will agree. We recommend that you consult our
Denver modifications lawyer to help you ensure that your modification
order is sound, effective, and done according to procedure. Even if you
believe that your spouse will have no problem with the changes, you must
follow the legal steps for a modification.
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today: (303) 578-3940
When Are Valid Reasons for a Modification?
There are a number of different reasons a judge will allow a modification.
Typically, a major life change that affects your ability to uphold the
existing agreement may allow for a modification. A judge is the one who
will make this decision and having a lawyer assist you with the preparation
of your documentation can make a huge difference in the outcome.
A few examples of circumstances where a modification may be granted:
- Loss of a job
- Major accident
- Serious illness
- Change in income
Consult a Denver Divorce Attorney
At The Moodie Law Firm, we understand that matters relating to your divorce
and your children are sensitive. We are committed to providing you with
professional, prompt service to help you get your issue resolved as quickly as possible. We can personally
guide you through the often confusing and stressful family law system
and courts. You can turn to our team for knowledgeable and compassionate
Contact our office at (303) 578-3940
to discuss your modification matter.