Lombard, Illinois Post-Decree Modification Attorneys
Child Custody and Child Support Modification Lawyers Serving DuPage County and Kane County
Divorce decrees are based on material conditions such as income, ability to earn future income, and geographic location of the parents if child custody is an issue. When these conditions change for either party, this is known as a "substantial change in circumstances," and the original divorce decree may be subject to modification. You and your ex-spouse would need to receive court approval of any changes that need to be made to the decree, making it necessary to consult with a post-decree modification attorney.
Do changed conditions require you to seek a modification to your divorce decree? Does the modification involve your children? Contact our attorneys for post-decree modification issues at 630-932-9100630-932-9100.
We operate a client-centered law firm. Our attorneys are approachable and friendly, and we offer extended office hours to accommodate your schedule. Many of our clients are parents with active children, full-time jobs, and many commitments. Our commitment to our clients is to offer quality services and obtain the results they want.
When a client is considering pursuing a modification to a divorce decree, it is usually because a material condition has changed since the original decree was entered. A substantial change in circumstances that requires a modification may include:
- A spouse's income changed, resulting in a change of spousal support.
- The medical condition of a child changed, resulting in the need for more child support.
- One parent plans to move out of state, and child relocation would require a change in parental responsibilities or parenting time.
Modifications may be met with resistance. It is important to speak to an experienced attorney on these issues. Contact our post-decree modification attorneys for a free initial consultation.
We offer quality legal representation in divorce cases. At Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices, our other practice areas include property and asset division, adoption, paternity, pre and post-nuptial agreements, and dissolution of arranged marriages. Our lawyers are experienced and approachable, and we offer extended evening and weekend hours to fit your schedule. If you are in need of skilled guidance with post-divorce modification issues, contact us today at 630-932-9100630-932-9100 for a free consultation. We serve clients in Kane County, DuPage County and Naperville.