Post-Judgment Modifications Lawyer in Toms River
Handling Complex Post-Settlement Alterations
After a divorce judgment is reached, it can be quite difficult to make changes to the original settlement. Divorces are almost always highly emotional with residual effects lasting for years afterward. Because your original divorce judgment was reached on the basis of being the fairest settlement for all parties involved, changing it can be an incredibly complex process. This does not mean it’s impossible to make post-judgment modifications, however. Personal circumstances and situations relating to your child can change, opening up the possibility for post-settlement modification.
Whatever the case, it’s important that you have a Toms River post-judgment modification attorney who is experienced in these matters on your side. An attorney will be able to understand the intricacies of your unique situation, as well as the various laws regarding post-judgment modification. At Stolfe Zeigler Family Law Group, we have helped numerous individuals successfully enact such changes. Our skilled team is ready to assist you with your complex family matter.
Need to change the terms or an aspect of your divorce judgment? Call us today at (732) 585-1651 to schedule your initial consultation.
When is Post-Judgment Modification Possible?
There is a myriad of circumstances that may require post-judgment modification. If your or your ex-spouse’s financial situation or child custody situation has changed, it may be possible to seek alterations to your original divorce arrangement. Post-judgment modification can also be used to enforce the terms of a divorce agreement.
Post-judgment modification can apply to:
It’s important to keep in mind that as your child ages, his or her needs will change. With these changes often come changes to your original divorce arrangement, including visitation schedules and child custody agreements.
The experienced Toms River post-judgment modification attorneys at Stolfe Zeigler Family Law Group can help you with the modification process. Our team is here to answer your questions, address your concerns, and help you seek the best possible situation for you and your child. We offer compassionate guidance, objective legal counsel, and ongoing support every step of the way.
Contact us at (732) 585-1651 to learn more about how we can help you with your post-judgment modification needs.