Postjudgment Modification and Family Law Attorney in Coeur d’Alene
Serving Coeur d’Alene & Kootenai County areas, including Coeur d’Alene ▪ Hayden
A court order cannot alter the normal dynamic nature of people’s lives. A post judgment modification may be necessary after a divorce or child custody order has been finalized when there have been material changes in circumstances such as the following:
- One parent or ex-spouse has experienced a significant rise or fall of income due to changing economic conditions, injuries or other factors outside the control of the individual.
- One parent or ex-spouse has remarried or received a windfall such as a lottery win, proceeds from sale of a business or another unexpected increase of assets or income.
Contact the Advocacy Law Center, PLLC in Coeur d’Alene County to schedule a consultation with a postjudgment modification and family law attorney if you or the other parent of your children has had a change in circumstances that may require a postjudgment modification of any of the following terms of your divorce:
- Spousal support
- Child support
- Child custody
- Child visitation
After your divorce decree has been finalized, you may have reason to suspect that your ex failed to disclose an asset during the discovery phase of the divorce. It is said that the fastest way to lose an asset in divorce is to fail to disclose it. You may have the legal right to ownership of an asset that your spouse did not disclose. Ask an experienced lawyer at the Advocacy Law Center, PLLC to schedule a free phone consultation to discuss enforcement or modification of any type of family law court order.
Contact the Advocacy Law Center, PLLC, to schedule a free phone consultation regarding spousal support or any aspect of a Idaho divorce. Credit cards are accepted.
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