Do You Need To Change An Existing Order?
Sometimes, even after a divorce is complete and child support and custody schedules have been agreed upon, changing circumstances can cause clients to pursue new arrangements. When finances change, or one parent decides to relocate, decisions that affect the existing agreements can be modified by returning to court.
These post-divorce modifications can benefit from mediation and negotiation, allowing both parties to avoid expensive legal fees. Our approach to post-divorce modifications is to bring in all of the interested parties and hammer out a mutually beneficial agreement that protects the children and the finances involved.
We routinely encourage clients who are concerned about finances to complete Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings before filing for a divorce. The order in which you complete legal remedies is important. Waiting until after a bankruptcy to file for a dissolution can be a beneficial decision if you are struggling financially.
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When your marriage is ending, and you have more questions than answers, call an attorney. Contact us by calling the office at +1-307-316-4188 or through email.
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