Do You Need a Court Order Modification?
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After the court issues an order, be it a child custody, alimony, or visitation
order, it can have such a ring of finality to it that people often forget
are allowed to ask for a modification. Even still, modification requests can
be tricky and should be pursued with the assistance of a Long Island divorce lawyer.
Our firm has been
serving the community for more than two decades. During this time, it has been an honor to improve the lives of our clients,
one step at a time. We believe that your case matters and will do whatever
we can to achieve a positive outcome. Work with our team to proceed with
a modification of your divorce court order.
How do I request a court modification?
As you seek modification, you must ensure that your petition is presented
in a clear and effective manner within the family law court. The court
wants to see that a significant change in circumstances has occurred before
they grant a modification of any kind.
Although this significant change can vary from case to case, many changes
are extremely common.
Some of these changes include:
- Employment updates
- Moving to a new area
- Health problems
- The needs of the child or parent change
Demonstrating this change in circumstances is considered the 'burden
of proof.' This means that it is your responsibility to show the court
why you need modified orders and if children are involved, why it would
be in their best interest
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We can help you determine if your change in circumstances is enough to
warrant a modification and then craft a petition that will be submitted
to the court. The clearer your petition, the better your changes for obtaining
At Rubenfeld Law Firm, we put our clients first. You will never be put
on the back burner, wondering what happened to your attorney. We take
pride in offering unparalleled customer service every step of the way
and that starts with your free case evaluation. So
call us today and we'll begin preparing your case!