When your divorce or family law matter is finalized, the judge will enter a judgment. The failure to comply with a court’s order can result in harsh penalties. Sometimes a change in circumstances may make it difficult or impossible to comply with a court order. If you are having trouble meeting the requirements of a past court order, Goodman Law Firm can help you request post-judgment (post-decree) modification. Going back to court to modify an order is not an experience anyone looks forward too. Nevertheless, there are many times where a modification is necessary. Below we provide a few examples of when you may want to request a modification:
If you are looking for an experienced litigator, contact us today to request a court order modification consultation.
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