The circumstances of families are always changing. As they evolve, divorce agreements also need to change to accurately reflect updated situations. The law allows for adjustments in most areas of a divorce settlement, including but not limited to: child custody, parenting time, child support and spousal support.
When is it appropriate to seek a modification?
Whenever there has been a substantial change in or dispute over financial issues
Non-compliance with divorce settlement agreements
Parental income or employment status changes
A child develops a medical condition, or other special circumstances arises
Any other issues which impacts the well-being of the child.