Get Post-Judgment Matters Resolved
All court orders following a divorce, child custody case or other family law matters may seem final, but they are by no means set in stone. The legal system allows for modifications to existing court orders when substantial changes in circumstances occur — but only in certain situations. However, pursuing a modification without an experienced lawyer can be risky.
Need to modify a judgment? Contact us. The sooner you consult with us, the sooner we can take the first step toward making your goals a reality. Call 618-277-3476.
We are here to help. In our divorce and family law practice, we help clients throughout southern Illinois emerge stronger from the difficulties of divorce or separation. This means being ready and willing to help when a change in their circumstances warrants revisiting the terms of existing court orders, or fighting to protect their legal interests when a former spouse or partner tries to change the status quo.
With more than 25 years of combined experience protecting our clients at the bargaining table and in the courtroom, our attorneys are uniquely qualified to help you pursue a post-judgment modification.
Learn More About Your Legal Options
Whether you need to seek a change to a court order or are fighting to prevent a modification, we can guide you through every step of the process. Common modifications include:
Removal of children from Illinois by the custodial parent
Changes to an existing parenting time (visitation) schedule
Changes to the terms of child support payments
Changes to spousal maintenance following a job loss, pay cut or financial windfall on the part of the recipient spouse
Because the factors that judges will look at vary considerably in these cases, it is important that you work with an experienced lawyer to know your options and develop the right strategy.
Call For A Free Consultation
Schedule a free consultation with our attorney and together, we’ll make a plan to obtain an outcome that works in your favor. Email us now, or call our Belleville office at 618-277-3476.