Post Divorce Modifications

Have you recently experienced a change in income, living arrangement or working hours? Are you interested in relocating for a new job or to pursue a new relationship? Has an existing child custody arrangement become obsolete? Do you have concerns over the welfare of your children when they spend time with your former spouse? Is your child’s other parent being less than truthful about his or her income? If you answered yes to any of these questions, the Law Office of Marcus D. Gale may be able to help.

Devoted to providing post-divorce modification assistance to clients in Northern Kentucky, our Florence divorce modification attorney works diligently to help you address a wide range of legal issues that can surface after the resolution of a divorce. Addressing issues, including child custody or support modifications, parental relocation’s or child support contempt proceedings, we work to help you pursue more effective arrangements or enforce an arrangement that currently exists.

 

Comprehensive Modification Guidance

Our post-divorce modification guidance is designed to help you pursue more effective child custody or child support arrangements following a major change in your income, lifestyle or the needs of your children. To help you secure a more effective arrangement or a parental relocation, we offer support on each step in the modification process, including:

  • Petitioning the court for a modification hearing
  • Demonstrating the need for a modification
  • Negotiating a new arrangement with your spouse
  • Providing assertive representation during contested modification proceedings

By modifying a standing decree, we may be able to help you create a much more effective and stable lifestyle for your children and for yourself.

 

Detailed Parental Relocation Advice

One of the most difficult post-divorce modification processes to address, a parental relocation can lead to intense emotional and legal battles. We work to help you pursue a parental relocation or contest a parental relocation request made by the other parent.

Whether the relocation is related to an employment situation or a new relationship, we have the experience needed to help you ensure that your rights as a parent are upheld at each step in your proceedings. Our experience allows us to address the many aspects of a parental relocation, including:

  • Parenting plans
  • Visitation arrangements
  • Child support issues
  • Travel arrangements and expenses

Contact our office online or call 859.581.1000 to discuss your specific post-divorce modification concerns.