Post-Divorce Modifications in Dallas
Contact Hernandez & Baggett, PLLC if Your Circumstances Have Changed
At the conclusion of any divorce, whether agreed or contentious, most parties feel a sense of relief and freedom. They are ready and hoping to move forward and put the past behind them. Unfortunately, the reality for many clients is that the day their divorce decree is approved by the Court may not be the last time they have to deal with these issues. Some situations require that a party file a Petition to Modify or Motion to Enforce.
If this is true in your case, contact our Dallas divorce modifications lawyers to discuss your situation.
Carefully Drafting Your Final Decree
In theory, a Final Decree of Divorce is truly final and marks the end of litigation. However, with property issues there is sometimes the need to ask the Court for further orders to clarify what has been previously ordered in the Decree. To avoid this, it is essential that a decree be carefully drafted by an experienced attorney that understands the real world need to have a decree be clear and concise to all parties. The attorneys at Hernandez & Baggett, PLLC understand this and strive to put the client in the proper position for years to come.
Modifying Child Support, Custody & Visitation
However, the reality is that when it comes to the issues concerning your children – conservatorship, visitation, and child support – these are always potentially modifiable if the Court finds that there has been a material change in circumstances. If so, then the Court can once again inquire into the issue of determining the best interests of the children.
Whether you are seeking to modify or defending against a modification, it is important that you understand the law and your rights as it pertains to ensuring that you and your children receive all the protections to which they are entitled.