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In Michigan family court proceedings, decisions are made on important issues pertaining to financial matters and the care and custody of children. When circumstances change, modifications may be in order. At Iafrate & Salassa, P.C. our Macomb County post judgment modification attorneys can protect you against arrangements that become unduly burdensome or unfair, gathering the evidence needed to change the original order to reflect your current situation.
Under the Michigan Statutes, important issues pertaining to the division of marital property and assets must be addressed before your divorce can become finalized. This also includes arrangements regarding spousal support, or alimony, based on each party’s income and their contributions to the marriage.
In cases in which circumstances change or new facts are revealed, orders issued may need to be changed. At Iafrate & Salassa, P.C. our Michigan post judgment modification attorneys can represent you in increasing, decreasing, or putting a stop to spousal support, or in addressing how marital property and assets were divided. Grounds for returning to court include:
If one of the parties has failed to comply with the terms of any prior agreements, modifications may help with enforcement efforts.
Under Michigan Supreme Court guidelines, if there are children from the marriage and a prior order was issued regarding child custody or support payments, these may also be modified to reflect changes in circumstances. At Iafrate & Salassa, P.C. we can guide you in post judgment modifications requesting the following:
When situations change and no longer reflect the circumstances under which original orders in your case were issued, Iafrate & Salassa, P.C. can guide you in making the changes that are needed. Reach out and contact our Macomb County post judgment modification attorneys today and request a free consultation to discuss your case and how we can assist you.
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