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Circumstances in your life following a divorce can change over time, and it is important that the terms of your divorce reflect these changes. If significant changes have occurred in the lives of either ex-spouse, Georgia law allows the affected parties to petition for modification through a family court. Matters that can be modified after a divorce agreement is finalized include spousal support (alimony), child support, child custody, and visitation.
Circumstances that may justify the need for a court order modification include:
At Johnson, Kraeuter & Dunn, our Savannah family law attorneys have successfully assisted numerous clients in obtaining modifications to the terms of their divorces. We can help you prepare and file a persuasive petition that meets your needs.
Whether you have recently experienced a drastic change in income, need to relocate for a new career, or another matter that requires a modification, it is important to discuss your issue with an experienced family lawyer in Savannah. You should never simply relocate or stop paying court-ordered payments without court approval. This constitutes a legal violation and you may be subject to penalties.
Our divorce attorneys can help you with every step of this process, including preparing and submitting your petition to the court, as well as negotiating with your ex-spouse and their attorney as we seek to reach a fair agreement. Schedule an initial consultation to meet with a member of our team and learn why you should choose us for your case.
For more information, contact us today at (912) 421-2900.