Modification of Divorce Orders in Clearwater
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When you and your spouse get divorced, a court order is established based upon your income and situation at the time. However, life can be unstable and your circumstances can change at any time. If you can no longer meet the terms in your existing divorce, custody, or support agreements, it is time to consider filing a modification. Our Clearwater family attorneys at Tinny, Meyer & Piccarreto, P.A. can help you determine if you are eligible for a modification.
Modifications can be made to the following elements of your divorce order:
Contact our offices in Clearwater, St. Pete, and New Port Richey today at (727) 245-9009 to make an appointment with a dedicated Clearwater family law lawyer from our firm.
Grounds for Modification in Florida
It is important that you take legal action right away if you believe changes need to be made to your divorce order. You and your spouse may be able to come to an agreement between the two of you, but this is not sufficient. A judge will need to review the information and determine if your request is sufficient. With the help of a Clearwater family law attorney, you can prove that you have grounds for a modification.
- A few reasons for requesting a modification include:
- Remarriage of one party to a new spouse
- Loss of job or sudden change in income
- Death of a child or one of the parties
- Cohabitation with others
- Negative health developments
Obtain the Quality Representation You Need
Requesting a modification should be done in a timely manner, as failing to do so can affect your quality of life and your relationship with you children. Our Clearwater family law attorneys have 35 years of combined experience serving clients throughout Pinellas County.