Provo Divorce Modification Lawyers
A divorce settlement will contain specific terms regarding property division, spousal support, child custody and child support. While the terms of property division are generally set in stone, other provisions may be modified as your circumstances change. At Esplin | Weight, our Provo divorce modification attorneys can help you modify the terms of your divorce settlement or child custody agreement.
If you are seeking to change child visitation time or another part of your divorce agreement, we are here for you. Contact our Utah family law lawyers online or call 801.373.4912 for an initial consultation.
Experienced Representation in All Modification Proceedings
- Child custody
- Child support
- Spousal support or alimony
- Parenting time or visitation time
Our lawyers will review your divorce agreement and your current situation to determine whether you are eligible to modify any of the terms, post-divorce. We will attempt to resolve any issues through negotiation and mediation, which our clients find to be more cost-effective and emotionally satisfying than going through the traditional litigation process.
A Substantial and Material Change
In any attempt to modify a court order, the person seeking the modification must prove that a substantial and material change has occurred in the case that was not anticipated at the time of the entry of the decree of divorce. This change cannot be temporary in nature, which means it must last longer than 12 months. If you are seeking a change in child support obligations, know that you have an automatic right of review of your support order every three years. If it has not been three years since you last sought a change, it is important to have one of our Utah child support attorneys represent your interests.
Call for a Consultation With a Utah County Divorce, Custody, and Support Modifications Attorney
We can help with all efforts to modify the terms of your divorce or child custody agreement.Contact our Provo spousal support lawyers online or call 801.373.4912 for an initial consultation to discuss your case.