Post-Divorce Modifications in Tampa, FL
Tampa Divorce Attorney with Decades of Experience
After a divorce, there may still be issues that the parties of the divorce need to address. Often, a pre-established child custody plan or alimony amount may no longer suffice when the plan goes into action or may need to be modified when one party's circumstances change dramatically. When clients discover that they need to modify parts of their divorce settlement, Catherine W. Real, P.A. can help.
Contact the Tampa post-divorce modification lawyer from her firm at your earliest convenience!
How Do I Go About Getting a Modification of a Court Order?
The best way to handle divorce modifications is with the assistance of an accomplished family law attorney. If you wish to pursue a modification, this may be possible outside of court. Negotiation or mediation is an option that can help clients avoid long, drawn-out, and expensive court battles. If a divorcee and his or her ex-spouse can agree that they need to make a change to their agreement, a knowledgeable attorney can patiently explain to the parties what options are available. If the parties can both agree on a solution, it can be submitted to the court and implemented into the divorce agreement.
Litigation & Modifications
Unfortunately, couples don't always agree on modifications. When parties disagree, a client may need to hire a skilled litigator to represent his or her interests in court. Catherine W. Real, P.A. provides both mediation and litigation services for people who want to make changes to their divorce settlements. With more than 35 years of experience, she is a tenacious advocate for clients.
Types of Modifications
Changes in income or circumstances, the need to relocate to another city or state, or time constraints may make it necessary to change a court-ordered divorce decree. Catherine W. Real, P.A. is willing to counsel clients through the process of making these necessary changes.
You may want to modify the following areas of your divorce agreement:
Contact Catherine W. Real, P.A. today for assistance with a divorce modification. Whether your case needs to be patiently handled out of court or aggressively handled through litigation in court, we are prepared to fight on your behalf. Set up your initial consultation with the firm today.