Modifications in Florida
Discuss Your Options with Our Family Lawyer. Serving Flagler, Seminole
& Volusia Counties.
The end of a marriage occurs when both parties reach a
divorce agreement which details how
property are divided. However, life circumstances may change later and affect a
person’s ability to obey the court ordered agreement.
If you are interested in modifying a current court order in Florida, The
Law Offices of Robert Stepniak can review your case and determine all
of your legal options in order to get the results you want and need. With
a proven track record of success, our Dayton Beach divorce attorney has
helped thousands of clients obtain favorable outcomes in their family
Why a Post-Divorce Modification Is Right for You
Modifying a court order or bringing an enforcement action could become
necessary after a divorce has been finalized. A modification may be required
when there has been a “substantial change” in the circumstances
of either a spouse or a child which make the original agreement unworkable
Substantial changes include:
- Loss of job
- Gaining new employment
- Physical injury or illness
- Economic downturn
- Business failure
- Relocating elsewhere in Florida or out of state
- Change in dependent’s status
On the other hand, enforcement issues may arise if one spouse continuously
refuses to comply with the terms of the divorce agreement. The majority
of these cases often involve the nonpayment of support, custody matters,
visitation issues, and transfers of property.
Contact Us and Get Started on Your Case Today
Whether you want to change the terms of a divorce agreement or enforce
them, our Dayton Beach family lawyer possesses the extensive knowledge
of Florida law to guide you through the intricacies of the legal system.
Letting us help you may be the best opportunity to achieve your desired
outcome or a fair resolution.
Call (386) 253-4750 to request a