Naples Divorce Modification Attorneys
Ensuring Your Agreement Continues to Suit Your Family’s Needs
Once all is said and done in a divorce case, divorce decrees can seem final. But there are certain circumstances that may allow you to change aspects of your divorce decree. Modification to your divorce order becomes a possibility when you or your spouse have experienced a substantial change in circumstances.
If you or your ex-spouse is seeking a modification to the terms of your divorce, our Naples divorce modification lawyers can help you understand your rights and options. We have the necessary experience to help you fight for or against post-divorce modifications in Collier and Lee Counties.
Call our skilled family attorneys in Naples and Cape Coral today at (239) 319-4441 to find out how we can assist you in the divorce modifications process.
Modification of a Florida Divorce Decree
Only certain parts of a divorce judgment may be modified.
The components of a divorce decree that may be modified include:
- Child support
- Child custody
- Parenting plan
Modifications will only be allowed when at least one spouse has gone through a substantial change in circumstances.
Some of the events that might qualify as a substantial change in circumstances include:
- Loss of a job for the parent making spousal support or child support payments
- A significant change in income for either parent
- Relocation of the parents or children
- Unavoidable increase in health insurance or other healthcare costs for parents and children
- Remarriage or cohabitation of a spouse who is receiving alimony
- Abuse or neglect of a child by one of the parents
Reach Out to Family First Legal Group Today
Our Naples divorce modification attorneys can help you prepare and file a petition with the court for a modification to your divorce decree, or we can help you defend against it. Regardless of your situation, we are committed to aggressively fighting to protect your rights and obtaining the outcome that you deserve.
For assistance with the modification of your court orders in Collier County or Lee County, call our lawyers in Naples and Cape Coral at (239) 319-4441. We look forward to discussing your case with you.