Illinois Divorce Post-Decree Matters
The entry of a Judgment for Dissolution of Marriage is not necessarily the end of litigation. Certain elements of a divorce decree may be modified. Child Support or maintenance may need to be modified based upon a change in the personal or financial circumstances of one or both parties. One spouse may fail to comply with a requirement of the divorce decree. At the law firm of Mulyk Laho Law, LLC, our attorneys are dedicated to working with clients on post-decree matters and advocating for the divorce decree modifications they need to fit their current circumstances.
Contact the Post-Decree Matters Attorneys at Mulyk Laho Law, LLC at (630) 852-1100
Post-decree matters are often centered around issues of child custody, child support, visitation or maintenance/spousal support. There are a number of significant changes in circumstances that can necessitate a post-decree modification including:
- Remarriage of one spouse—If a spouse receives maintenance payments, remarriage usually alters or eliminates those payments.
- Change of or loss of a job—If this results in a change of income whether an increase or decrease, child support and/or spousal support payments may be adjusted accordingly.
- Relocation of one spouse—If a custodial parent geographically relocates, custody and visitation arrangements may need to be changed.
- Change in circumstances of the spouse with residential custody—If the home environment of the custodial parent becomes unhealthy for a child, custody and visitation arrangements may need to be changed.
At Mulyk Laho Law, LLC, we are skilled in evaluating changing circumstances and helping clients make the necessary modifications to their divorce degrees where possible. We have a reputation for fighting vigorously for the interests of our clients and their families.
If you are in need of an attorney that concentrates in the area of family law or any of our other related practice areas, contact Mulyk Laho Law, LLC at (630) 852-1100 or by email to make an appointment for a consultation.