Court Order Modifications in NY
Do You Need to Make Changes to Your Divorce Agreement?
During divorce, it is impossible to accurately predict what the future
holds. All you can do is negotiate and litigate to obtain the best possible
outcomes regarding the major issues associated with your case. Even still,
life changes often take place that require an alteration of divorce orders.
No divorce judgment can account for the changing dynamics of life. If
you are facing a job change, job loss, or an opportunity to relocate that
cannot be passed up, schedule a
free case evaluation with our
Hudson Valley divorce lawyers.
At Michael R. Varble & Associates, P.C., we have more than 15 years
of experience helping our clients handle the legal aspects associated
with a post-divorce modification. No matter what the life change is that
has taken place, we can help you present a convincing case to the court
to address the need for
relocation or modification. We are committed to personal representation that allows
us to effectively handle all post-judgment modification issues at hand.
Types of Post-Judgment Modifications
Significant changes within the personal or financial aspects of life can
necessitate a modification of one or more terms of the divorce. New York
courts require a significant and unforeseen change in circumstances for
the modification to be accepted. The most common terms of a divorce agreement
that are modified include:
At Michael R. Varble & Associates, P.C., we have represented a wide
variety of individuals through post-divorce modification and can help
you address the issues you face. We can help you prove that the financial
needs of the child cannot be met with your current circumstances and that
you are no longer able to meet the demands of a current child support
or spousal support order. Whatever the issue, you are encouraged to obtain
legal assistance at once.
Retain a Hudson Valley Divorce Lawyer Today
Regardless of the type of modification needed, you must obtain aggressive
representation and not take matters into your own hands. You can face
serious charges if you disregard a court order. For that reason, you will
want to take immediate action if you are no longer able to follow through
with an existing order from the court. Either parent can ask the court
to modify or change an existing order regarding aspects of the divorce
You can also obtain legal representation if you need to combat your ex-spouse's
request for modification from the family court. We can help you make a
case that ensures that your rights and the best interests of your child
are fully protected. Modification can be prevented if the court finds
that the loss of the other party's job was voluntary or if relocation
is not in the best interest of the child. Whatever modification issue
you are facing, we can safeguard your rights.
Contact us today for the legal representation you need!