Modifying Agreements When Circumstances Change
Though the various agreements that you and your former partner signed at the time of your divorce may have been appropriate to each of your circumstances at the time, those circumstances are likely to change once time has passed. Bearing that in mind, there is good reason to modify some of these agreements if they are no longer representative of your and/or your former partner’s present circumstances.
Agreements That Can Be Modified
The agreements that you and your former partner formed at the time of your divorce are intended to help each of you move forward with your separate lives as best you can. As such, these agreements may be modified so that they may continue to serve the best interests of the family once those circumstances have changed. That being said, our legal team in Raleigh can help you tale the legal action necessary to modify any of the following agreements:
- Child support
- Child custody
Though it may be difficult to revisit the same legal processes that you and your former partner worked through during your divorce, the modification to any of these agreements can be critical to the current well-being of your family.
Consult with a Family Attorney in Raleigh
If you would like to learn more about what you would need to do in order to modify an aspect of your divorce agreement, you should reach out to one of the Raleigh divorce attorneys at Marshall & Taylor PLLC. To speak with a member of our legal team directly, please call our offices at (919) 833-1040 today.