Divorce litigation is a very complex process which takes into account many different factors, including your current income and lifestyle at the time of the divorce. At Shows & Smith Law Firm PLLC, we realize that your life can change unexpectedly at any moment and you may no longer be able to fulfill the terms of your divorce agreement. Or perhaps your ex-spouse's life has changed for the better and you feel that you are now entitled to more child or spousal support.
Whatever the case may be, our Jackson divorce attorneys can help you to seek a modification to your divorce order.
Many of our clients ask us why representation is necessary for a post-divorce modifications. While you may have a somewhat amicable relationship and have discussed the terms of your modification, this does not mean your decision is final. Just like the court established your original court order, they need to review and approve modifications, even if litigation is not necessary. You can rely on our skilled and experienced Jackson divorce lawyers to guide and represent you in modification proceedings.
Although there are a number of different reasons you or your spouse could request a modification to your divorce order, there are a few common circumstances which call for a change in your agreement. Moveaways, new job opportunities, changed income, and new marriages are all grounds for modifications. If you believe that your existing agreement is no longer fair or circumstances in your life have changed, reach out to our Jackson divorce attorneys today.
Please feel free to contact our office at (601) 809-4144 to make an appointment for a free case evaluation.