Changing Court Orders After A Divorce Is Final
During a divorce, courts enter orders so that families can have some stability moving forward. However, time can bring changes to a family’s situation, and often court orders are no longer fair or efficient or serve the best interests of the children.
Laurie A. Bernstein is a seasoned Essex County divorce modification attorney who fights beside clients who seek modifications or enforcement of orders entered by the court. She works closely with her clients, learning about their needs after their marriages are legally over and crafting persuasive arguments that lay out the changes needed.
Are you eligible to change your order post-divorce? Contact the firm at 973-567-3591 to learn more.
A Commitment To Continued Client Service
Courts will consider modification of child custody, parenting time, child support and spousal support awards for many reasons. One of the most common is that children’s needs and schedules change as they grow, making it necessary to adjust the family’s parenting plan to their new circumstances. Other times, there may be a substantial change in one parent’s income, which may justify modifying the support award. Modifications may also involve:
- Moving with the child after divorce
- Contribution to education savings
- Special medical or educational needs
- Loss of employment
With more than 40 years of experience representing clients in family law cases, Laurie A. Bernstein has the experience and skill to help clients seek the modifications and enforcement of orders they need. She is a tenacious advocate who diligently prepares each case so her clients have the best possible chance of achieving their goals.
Contact A New Jersey Child Support Modification Attorney
To schedule a confidential consultation with a divorce modification attorney serving the central and northern counties of New Jersey, contact The Law Office of Laurie A. Bernstein, P.C. at 973-567-3591. You may also contact the firm by email for a prompt response.