Ideally, once a divorce is finalized, that is it. It’s final. But there are times when a spouse’s situation may change shortly after the finalization of a divorce. For example, a post decree modification may be needed if a former spouse abruptly loses their job. Post decree modifications can be used to adjust child custody, child support, and alimony when needed.
Post decree modifications are not ideal, but sometimes they are necessary. When you need to take advantage of this legal action, Hampton & Pigott can assist you. We can take a potentially complicated and confusing process and help you through it as quickly and beneficially as possible.