Northern Illinois Post-Decree Modification Lawyer
Kane County, DuPage County, DeKalb County, Kendall County and Will County
Divorce agreements establish specific parameters that each spouse must adhere to. If physical or financial circumstances prevent you from meeting your obligation to your spouse or your children, you may file for a post-decree modification. You may also wish to file for a modification petition if your ex-spouse fails to comply with the terms of your marital settlement.
Modifying a divorce agreement requires that the petitioner show a significant change in circumstances. A skilled divorce modification attorney can guide you through the process of changing your current divorce order. We have helped file modification petitions for individuals throughout Northern Illinois. Our clients benefit from our 30-plus years of law practice and trial experience. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you.
Post-decree modifications are often filed on behalf of parents seeking to add or lift conditions to child support and child custody and visitation orders. For example, if an original child support order included a provision for day care, a service that your child has outgrown and no longer needs, you may file an action to modify the order. Petitions may also be filed on behalf of a parent who either wishes to move a child out of state or wants to prevent the residential parent from relocating with the child.
Experienced Post-Decree Modification Lawyer
Illini Legal Services can represent individuals on either side of a post-decree modification. We understand that a significant change in circumstances can require the modification of a divorce order. However, we also understand the need to defend the integrity of your marital settlement agreement—especially in child relocation and child removal cases.
Contact a Skilled Divorce Modification Attorney Today
Divorce and family law matters raise many questions. If you need answers, contact Illini Legal Services. Our offices are located in Aurora, Oswego, West and Chicago. We have been helping families resolve problems for over 30 years. Schedule a free 30 minute in-office consultation by calling (630) 405-5027. Se habla español.