Danbury Family Law Attorney
Are you seeking a post judgment modification?
Sometimes circumstances change in your life after you are divorced. What was workable and amenable then now no longer is. A divorce judgment is final and legally binding in the state of Connecticut. Is there anything that can be done to change these arrangements? You or your ex-spouse has the right to go to court to request a post judgment modification to the final divorce judgment. A knowledgeable Danbury family lawyer will consult with you to help you assess all of your legal options.
Danbury Post Judgment Modifications: Alimony, Child Support, Visitation
If a parent changes jobs, becomes unemployed or ill, or experiences an injury, a change in child support payments may be warranted. If a spouse is now living with another person, remarries, or income has increased, a change in spousal support may be requested. In the case of a parent moving or a change in job venue it can be necessary to re-arrange child custody or visitation. Or if a harmful familial conflict occurs, a change in child custody may be necessary for the welfare of the child.
If you believe that your current divorce judgment no longer fits your needs, or your former spouse wants the provisions of the decree changed, you should speak with a family law lawyer to discuss how the terms of your divorce judgment may be able to be modified. Jowdy & Jowdy's family law practice will listen to your needs, thoroughly review your original divorce judgment, and let you know what is feasibly possible regarding the changes you desire. They have many years of experience representing clients in divorce, child custody and post judgment modification cases and understand the complexities involved when trying to balance the needs of parents, children and families, while still advocating for what you need and want.
If you have questions about changes you want made to your divorce decree, contact a Danbury post judgment modification attorney today.