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Modifying Alimony Agreements

In an effort to make your alimony agreement more representative of your current financial circumstances, you may need to modify your alimony agreement. While this process may be amenable for both you and your former partner, you may need to make your case before the court in order to make those modifications. In both circumstances, legal representation may prove to be critical to making your alimony agreement more representative of your current finances. Our legal team understands just how much may be riding on the outcome of this case; we may do everything we can to help you protect your interests.

Reasons to Modify Alimony Agreements

Though you may pursue a modification to your alimony agreement for any number of legitimate reasons, many approach the court to modify their agreement in order to account for the following circumstances:

  • A change in either partner’s level of income
  • Cost of living adjustments
  • Injury or illness
  • Disability

Whatever the particulars of your circumstances happen to be, our Raleigh legal team is prepared to help you pursue modifications to your alimony agreement in an effort to bring them back in line with your financial capabilities.

Consult with a Modifying Alimony Attorney in Raleigh

If the alimony agreement you formed with your former partner is no longer representative of your current financial circumstances, you should speak with one of the Raleigh modifying alimony attorneys with Marshall & Taylor PLLC to begin the legal process of modifying that agreement. To discuss the particulars of your financial circumstances with one of our attorneys, please call our offices at 919-833-1040 today.

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