Effective Post-Divorce Modification Lawyers

There are two things that drive most post-divorce modification: kids and money. When modifications are related to issues concerning the children, parents are typically trying to alter custody arrangements or the amount of child support being paid. In either case, the courts require that there is a material change in circumstances. The increased earning of the non-custodial parent is usually insufficient to get a child support order changed.  A change in work schedule may not be enough to get a custody order changed.

At the Mulinazzi Law Office, we regularly work with clients to help them understand what constitutes a material change in circumstances. Some things can include increased needs of the child, physical abuse, or drug or alcohol abuse to name a few. Any modifications will be considered by the courts in relation to what is in the best interest of the children. We help our clients build their case for a modification before going to court to assure our clients understand the likelihood that the request will be granted.

If you want to work with an attorney who will facilitate positive and effective post-divorce agreements that work for all parties instead of more fighting and more costs, contact our firm online or call 410-290-6270 to schedule your appointment.