Connecticut Family Law Attorney for Post-Judgment Modifications
Modifications of custody or support may be necessary as life changes. However, you will need to take the proper legal steps either to request a modification or prevent one from happening.
As an experienced family law attorney, I recognize that you have already been through so much with your divorce or other family law issue. I try to absorb as much as I can for you, and help alleviate burdens for you and your family.
To speak with me about your goals and concerns, please call my office in Prospect, Connecticut, at 800-772-1167 or complete my contact form. I represent clients in New Haven County and the surrounding areas.
Child Custody and Support Modifications
In matters of child custody, I am very child-focused. I work to handle post-divorce issues for my clients so they can make things right and move on with their lives.
In general, to approve a child custody or support modification, the court will need to see that circumstances have changed significantly — or will change significantly — since the original order was made.
Types of child custody and support modifications include:
- An upward or downward support modification for college / education funding
- An upward or downward support modification for changes in income or needs of the child
- A modification of custody to address changes in work or school schedules
- A modification of custody to address one parent’s plans to relocate with the child
- A modification of custody to protect the safety and well-being of the child
Divorce Order Modifications Regarding Property Division
A spouse who fails to follow a court order regarding marital property division could be held in contempt of court.
For example, a divorce order may address the division of retirement savings or the value of real estate. If one of the spouses fails to comply with the property division order, it may be necessary to take the issue to court.
As a divorce attorney with experience in real estate and complex property issues, I can advise you on the best path forward to ensure that your rights and interests are protected.
A modification of alimony may be necessary for a number of reasons, including:
- The paying spouse is no longer able to pay
- The receiving spouse becomes self-supporting
- The receiving spouse remarries
If you have questions about any of these matters, I can assess your situation, explain your options and help you seek an appropriate solution.
Contact Lisa C. Dumond of ZNC Law | Zeldes Needle and Cooper, P.C.
To schedule a consultation about your goals and concerns, please call 800-772-1167 or complete my contact form. I advise and represent clients in Prospect and throughout New Haven County and the surrounding areas.