Life Changes. Your Family Law Decree May Need To Also.
Financial ups and downs, remarriage, chronic illnesses and a range of other important changes in circumstances can follow a divorce. This is true under all types of economic conditions, but the recent, widespread downturns in the economy have forced many people across the cultural spectrum to make major life adjustments.
Under Minnesota law, many orders in your divorce decree may be subject to modification if a substantial change in circumstances has occurred. The Dittrich Law Firm, P.A., is here to help guide you through the process of seeking a modification.
More Than 20 Years Of Experience In All Areas Of Post-Divorce Family Law
Attorney Gregory Dittrich can help if you have suffered a serious setback impacting your ability to pay child support, leaving you with a need for additional spousal support, or you are unable to meet other obligations set forth in your divorce decree.
Experienced Counsel And Action For Divorced Parents In Minnesota
Our experienced legal team has helped many people in Woodbury, Stillwater and communities throughout the Twin Cities metro:
- Obtain justified modifications of alimony and child support judgments made necessary by a job loss or change, substantial change in the needs of your children, or certain other events
- Readdress child custody awards and parenting time and visitation schedules for children who are failing to thrive or being subjected to domestic violence, substance abuse, or other negative influences
- Deal effectively with a proposed move-away of children/out-of-state relocation by either a custodial or noncustodial parent
Responsiveness To Your Pressing Need For A Modification
Fast action may be very important for you. Modifications are attainable through well-defined procedures but they cannot be made retroactive. If something needs to change in order for you to survive and regain stability or give your children the greatest possible chance at happiness and success, please get in touch with us as soon as possible.
If you plan on relocating with your child, it is very important that you speak with an attorney to modify your existing order before you move.
Contact Our St. Paul, Minnesota, Custodial Parent Relocation Lawyer
Gregory Dittrich is prepared to hear you out and offer an informed assessment of your likelihood of success in seeking a post-divorce modification. We take pride in treating each client with compassion and respect.