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Since 1918, our full-service law firm has been getting results for our clients. We can do the same for you.

Post-Decree Modification And Enforcement Matters

We live in a changing economy. Many people find that the divorce settlement or judgment that once seemed reasonable is no longer working due to substantial changes that have occurred since the judge signed the original divorce decree. Some parents have found new job opportunities in a new area, while others may be facing financial strains due to the loss of a job. Children grow up fast, and in many cases, their needs substantially change over time. Custody and parenting-time or visitation schedules frequently become unworkable to serve the best interests of the children due to a variety of factors.

Diligent Modification Attorneys To Protect Your Parent-Child Relationship

If you have experienced significant changes since your decree was issued, consulting with a lawyer to obtain a post-judgment modification of your custody, parenting-time or child support order may be in your and your child’s best interests. The trusted lawyers at Allen Wellman Harvey Keyes Cooley, LLP, are well-regarded for their diligent preparation and representation in all aspects of family law.

We frequently represent men and women in post-decree matters, including:

  • Child support modifications
  • Custody and parenting-time modifications
  • Child support and custody order enforcement
  • Parental relocation

In any post-decree custody modification proceeding, the court will review the facts and circumstances in the best interests of the child. In today’s mobile economy, relocation matters are common. These disputes are complex. It is vital that you retain the services of a trial lawyer who knows how to prepare a case. When a custodial parent proposes to move, he or she must show that the relocation is in good faith and for a legitimate reason. The law then places the burden on the opposing party to prove that the move would not serve the child’s best interests.

Contact Experienced Modification And Enforcement Lawyers In Greenfield

Our proven trial attorneys have vast experience helping parents protect their rights in post-divorce modification and enforcement disputes. Our zealous preparation and determined advocacy to obtain results are clear strengths of the firm.

To learn how our lawyers can guard your rights and protect your children, send us an email or call 317-468-2355 or 866-958-6354 toll-free. Our main office is in Greenfield. We also meet clients by appointment in our satellite office Indianapolis.