Modifications to Court Orders in New Haven County
Have Your Circumstances Changed After Your Divorce?
After a divorce has been settled, it is common for one of the parties involved
to change their living or job situation or face another life change that
may affect the settlements made during the process. A person who wishes
to modify court orders may be able to do so with the help of Law Offices
of William P. Burns Jr. LLC in New Haven County. We have more than a decade
of experience petitioning for modifications to child custody orders, visitation
orders, and alimony orders.
- A judge may grant a post-divorce modification if any of the following have occurred:
- The loss or gain of employment
- The significant loss of assets
- A parent's relocation
- A major medical issue
- Significant increase or decrease in income
- A child's physical, educational, or emotional needs change
Keys to Success in Divorce Modification Proceedings
At our firm, we believe that communication is the key to resolving almost
every dispute involved in a divorce. When communication is active, the
litigation process may go much more smoothly and quickly. This is especially
true when children are involved, and we advocate for clear and consistent
communication between the former spouses on behalf of their families.
We work directly with our clients through every step of the modification
process in order to give each case the full attention it deserves. From
filing paperwork in a timely manner to being available to answer questions
and address concerns about a client's case, we proudly serve the community
with exceptional and professional legal advocacy.
Law Offices of William P. Burns Jr. LLC represents clients seeking to modify
court orders made during a divorce. Call our New Haven County attorney
at 203.723.9420 to speak with one of our experienced New Haven County
divorce lawyers during an
initial case consultation.