The circumstances of families and children are always changing. As these circumstances change, divorce agreements also need to change to accurately reflect updated lifestyles. The law allows for adjustments to child custody, parenting time, child support and alimony as life circumstances change over time.
If you would like to pursue a modification of your divorce agreement, it is in your best interest to speak with experienced legal counsel. At the law firm of Bivek Brubaker & Prescott, LLC, our Atlanta post-divorce modifications attorneys can answer your questions, provide you with options and give you honest advice about your expectations. We understand that agreements need to adapt and evolve as the lives of our clients change.
To find out whether you have the option of modifying a divorce agreement, contact our Georgia family law lawyers online or call us at 866-527-2630 to schedule a 30-minute consultation to discuss your situation.
Whenever there has been a substantial change in circumstances and a modification will serve a child’s best interests, a divorce agreement or a custody order may be modified. If the income or employment status of a parent changes, a child develops a medical condition, or other special circumstances arise, child support or child custody may need to be changed in order to provide for the well-being of the child.
Additionally, if you have gotten a job out of the city or out of the state, you should speak with our Marietta divorce attorneys about relocation and how it will impact your custody arrangement, child support award and other provisions of your settlement agreement and final judgment of your divorce decree.
When your life changes significantly, the terms of your divorce agreement should be changed as well. Contact our Atlanta post-divorce modifications lawyers online, or call us at 866-527-2630 to schedule a 30-minute consultation to discuss your situation.