Wheaton Divorce Judgment Modification Lawyers
Helping Clients Change Their Divorce Order in Kane County and DuPage County, IL
It would be unreasonable to assume that a change in life circumstances would have no impact on a divorce judgment. The court understands that financial situations change, the needs of the children change and people move. It is with this understanding that certain provisions in the divorce judgment such as child custody, visitation and support can potentially be modified.
At Andrew Cores Family Law Group, our DuPage County divorce judgment modification attorneys can provide clear and detailed answers to your questions through a consultation. If significant aspects of your life have changed, it might be possible to modify certain provisions of the divorce order. Many individuals will attempt to come to verbal agreements with their ex-spouses regarding changes in alimony or parenting time. Unfortunately, if the agreement is not in writing, it is not enforceable by the Court. As such, it is always wise to work with a skilled lawyer to ensure these changes are made in writing and are enforceable.
We have experience working with clients to modify several aspects of a divorce judgment, including:
Even situations such as child relocation or parental relocation can require a judgment modification. It is in your best interest to schedule a consultation with an experienced lawyer. We can ensure that the process runs smoothly, and your modification is handled in the most efficient manner possible.
To arrange a consultation, contact Andrew Cores Family Law Group by calling 630-871-1002 or by completing our online form. With offices in DuPage County and Kendall County, we have experience helping clients throughout Illinois.