Modifications to Divorce Agreements in Okaloosa County
Knowledgeable Family Law Attorneys at Chesser & Barr, P.A.
When a divorce is finalized all of the important decisions that are made
about how children and finances will be handled go into a written agreement.
This divorce order is approved by the judge and is legally binding, which
means you have to follow all of the terms or you could face serious legal
Even if circumstances in your life change, you must involve an Emerald
Coast} family law attorney to help you adjust your agreement. At Chesser & Barr, P.A.,
we help families like yours in Okaloosa County, Santa Rosa County, Walton
County, and Bay County make legal modifications to your divorce orders.
Contact us today.
Making Changes When Your Life Does
We understand that life can change unexpectedly, and you may suddenly not
be able to stick to the terms to your agreement. However, it is imperative
that you do not simply talk to your spouse and come to a verbal agreement
- you need to actually change it through the modification process.
- A few common examples of circumstances which call for modification may include:
- The loss of your job
- Significant change in income
- Serious injury or illness
- The loss of a family member
Can My Court Order Be Modified?
The modification process let's you account for life changes. You will
need to meet with your Okaloosa County family lawyer to determine if your
circumstances qualify you to make a change. Our firm is here to offer
you the support and help that you need.
We are here to address all of your financial and related concerns. To set
up an appointment for an
initial consultation with a caring and knowledgeable family law attorney, reach out to our
firm today at 850.610.7471.