Divorce Decree Modification
MEETING YOUR CHANGING NEEDS
Divorce orders are made based on the information all parties have at the time of the divorce. The couple, the attorneys and the judge tries to estimate what may happen in the future. However, it is not always possible to predict what each party will need as life unfolds. That is why the state allows for post-divorce modifications to parts of the divorce decree.
The Law Offices of Mary Ann Beaty, P.C., can help you with post-divorce modifications, whether you are the party seeking or resisting the change. We have extensive experience with Texas divorce and child custody law. You can rely on us for wise counsel regarding your post-divorce legal needs. To make an appointment with a Dallas post-divorce modifications lawyer, please call 800-491-7565 or contact us online.
ORDERS YOU CAN MODIFY
Only certain parts of the divorce decree may be modified. Some decisions, such as the division of marital assets and debts, are final and may not be modified.
We can help you with modifications for the following:
To modify any of these orders, there needs to be a significant change in circumstances of at least one of the parties. This may include a job loss, the changing needs of a child, the need to move to another area, or a parent or child who has suffered a negative change in health.