Post Decree Modifications Attorney-Elmhurst, Illinois

Today you may have a job, tomorrow you may not. A change in employment, as a result of job loss or job promotion, ultimately affects child support payments, child custody, spousal maintenance, and any other stipulations that were outlined in your original divorce judgment.

If there is proof of significant change in your circumstances after divorce, this will affect your rights and obligations as a divorcee and parent.

At the Law Offices of Elizabeth A. Pope, we help clients to exercise their rights with post decree modifications, in DuPage, Cook, Kane, Will, and McHenry counties. Whether you need adjustments to child support payments, or you need to enforce the terms of your divorce agreement, Elmhurst attorney Elizabeth A. Pope, has the experience to represent your case.

Contact the Law Offices of Elizabeth A. Pope in Elmhurst, DuPage County, Illinois, to learn more about our post decree modification services. Call 630-279-6800, to speak with an experienced family law attorney today.

What Can Be Modified?

Almost anything can be modified in post-divorce situations. This includes child support, maintenance, college expenses, and even extra-curricular activities.

Whether your divorce was contested or uncontested, a post decree modification can cause conflict between you and your ex-spouse, if it is not handled by an experienced attorney.

Elizabeth A. Pope has extensive experience with complex family law concerns while confronting various issues relating to divorce, such as post decree modifications.

Need Help After Divorce?

Contact the Law Offices of Elizabeth A. Pope in Elmhurst, if you would like to learn more about how we can help you with any post decree concerns you may have. We represent clients throughout northern Illinois in DuPage County, Cook County, Kane County, Will County, and McHenry County, and we can represent you. Call 630-279-6800 to speak with a post decree modifications attorney today.

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