Post Decree Modifications

Post-decree modifications occur after a divorce decree is issued. Post-decree modifications can affect child support, custody, and financial arrangements. While our attorneys strive to ensure that any outstanding issues are properly addressed during the divorce process, circumstances may change shortly after or even year after the divorce is finalized.

Sometimes a party’s financial situation may have changed enough to require a re-evaluation of child support and/or spousal maintenance. New information relating to assets or debts that was not disclosed during the divorce may be found and require an equitable distribution by the Court. Most often, post-decree motions involve child custody and changes in parenting time arrangements.

The attorneys at McGuire Law, use the same emotional intelligence and legal skills as in pre-decree cases to help you get the best possible resolution to your case. We work with you as a team to protect your rights and resolve the issues so that you and your family can move on with your life.

Post Decree Modifications