Modification of Court Orders
Looking to modifiy your court agreement in Denver, CO?
You can petition the court to change existing divorce orders or separation agreement. You can also ask the court to change prior orders regarding parenting time, visitation schedules, child support, child custody decision making, spousal support (or alimony) to name a few. It is possible to go back to court to change or modify prior agreements if your circumstances change or if the need for an amendment arises. With a modification of your current court orders, you can reshape the terms of your divorce or custody orders to reflect your updated circumstances and to ensure that the orders are able to meet your child's needs and best interests over time.
It is not possible for all court orders to stay current and relevant in all cases over the course of your life events or throughout your son or daughter's entire childhood. Life is unpredictable and sometimes throws us curve balls that were not expected. The loss of a job or illness of a parent or child can affect orders as can incidents of domestic violence or child abuse but so can positive life changes like career advancements or even winning the lottery! Decreases in home values that were not anticipated at the time of a divorce where a sale of the marital residence was to result in an equal 50/50 division of marital assets can put you in the position of needing to modify court orders such as spousal support.
Whatever the situation, by consulting a lawyer, you can be empowered and equipped to make an informed decision that will protect and promote your best interests and the best interests of your children. We are highly skilled in modifying existing court orders concerning property division or marital property,
alimony and spousal maintenance, child support,
child custody and
visitation. These are all matters that must be considered in a thoughtful manner. If you need help modifying a court order,
contact the Denver family attorney at our firm today.