Life changes, including relocation, job change or an increase or decrease in income may make an original divorce order impossible. When a change in circumstances affects your financial security, you may need to obtain a modification. At Crocker Carter Hall, we are experienced in handling modifications and enforcement of orders, as well as in defending clients in these proceedings. Our attorneys represent clients in Jackson and throughout Western Tennessee in complex family law litigation.
Divorce orders may be adjusted by the court after a review. Post-divorce modifications may involve a decrease in alimony or child support or an adjustment to a custody or visitation arrangement to meet the needs of one or both parties. In custody and visitation cases, the court will evaluate the modification in light of the change in circumstances as well as the best interests of the children. In alimony and support cases, the court will consider whether the change in circumstances merits a modification.
Our Jackson area divorce modification attorneys are experienced with cases involving:
In addition to helping our clients pursue modifications, we also are experienced in defense and enforcement of original orders. An enforcement may be necessary if your spouse is not paying child support or if he or she is in violation of a custody or visitation agreement. Our team of lawyers will review and evaluate all relevant evidence, prepare your defense and aggressively pursue your interests in court.
Please call 731-686-2400 to arrange an initial consultation or case evaluation.
At Crocker Carter Hall law firm in Milan, Tennessee, our attorneys handle post-divorce and parenting plan modification cases in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee, Gibson County, Tennessee, and throughout West Tennessee.
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