Following a divorce, certain court orders are made with respect to financial assistance and support for ex-spouses and children. However, these orders are not necessarily set in stone. Understandably, circumstances in your life may change dramatically, and modifications to these original court orders may need to be made.
At Weis Law Group, we are available for our clients, even after the divorce process has been finalized. Our Columbus family law attorneys have helped numerous individuals modify the terms of their original court orders, prevent and deal with changes to support orders, and resolve their financial issues.
Whether you have been laid off at your job and can lo longer provide the same level of financial assistance, relocated, made changes in your personal relationships, or anything in between, our goal is to ensure that we explore all the options available to you for modifications.
Pursuing a modification may be the only option in your circumstances, and failing to do so could have negative consequences stemming from accumulating unpaid support. In order for a modification to be granted, it is necessary to prove that your circumstances have changed significantly.
Many times, this is a complex, confusing, and difficult process, and it is critical to have an experienced legal team at your side. Our firm brings more than 20 combined years in the legal field to the table, and is well-prepared to assist both individuals and families with a wide range of issues pertaining to appeals for modifications.