Posts Tagged ‘divorce modification’
Can a Divorce Decree Be Amended or Changed?
During the divorce process you likely asked for some things that you did not get. Compromise is often part of a divorce. However, there are cases where the marital settlement agreement was based on partially inaccurate information. Or, worse yet, fraudulent information. Oftentimes, circumstances of one party changes. All of these are valid reasons for…Read More
Should My Child Have Input to Our Timesharing Agreement?
In Pinellas County, and throughout Florida, the courts try to award joint custody arrangement with each parent having significant quality time with their children. Sometimes that means a 50/50 timesharing agreement, other times it looks a little different. However, it is not uncommon for a client to ask us whether their child’s desires can or…Read More
Can My Ex-Spouse File for Divorce Modification Without Me?
If you believe that your ex-spouse may be tempted to file for divorce modification without your involvement in Largo, read on. This blog post will discuss how to find out if it is possible, and how you can protect yourself. Is a Divorce Modification Possible? Your ex-spouse can file to amend your final marriage dissolution agreement…Read More
Is It Time For A Divorce Modification?
You separated from your former spouse and have been enjoying your newfound freedoms for some time in Largo, but life throws a curve ball your way, and you are now looking at your dissolution agreement wishing you had done things differently. No need to sweat it— a divorce modification is an option under particular circumstances.…Read More