The one constant in life is that it is always subject to change. Job loss, job relocation, retirement, illness, addiction issues and remarriage are all things that may occur following a divorce. It is important to know that you cannot change the terms of your final divorce decree or other court orders without getting approval from the courts through a legal modification process. If a change has not been presented to and approved by the court, informal agreements between parties can create future liabilities.
Denton post-divorce modification attorney Julia Kerestine has more than 35 years of legal experience, including jury and bench trials and more than 1,500 mediations. She will put her skill and knowledge to work when representing you in your modification matters.
Child Support and Custody Modifications
If there has been a substantial change in circumstances since the original child support order was issued, you may be eligible for a modification of child support. Attorney Kerestine can also handle modification issues concerning child custody and visitation when life circumstances have changed substantially.