With Time Comes Change

Modifications & Enforcement of Orders

Modification of Agreements or Court Orders

Even after your divorce or allocation of parental responsibilities is finalized, life can change. People rebuild their lives, children grow up and unforeseen circumstances may arise. When these changes occur, people often require revisions to previous agreements and court orders.

Modifications of the following issues are not unusual after a divorce has been completed:

  • Parenting Time
  • Decision-Making
  • Child Support
  • Relocation
  • Emergency Motion to Restrict Parenting Time
  • Maintenance

Fort Collins Family Lawyer

We understand that modification of certain family law issues is both normal and necessary and we are well versed in navigating the legal parameters of modifying court orders. When a motion to modify has been filed in your case or you believe that a modification of a current order may be necessary, do not wait to speak with a dedicated family law attorney.

At Rachel A. Michael, LLC. we’re here to help you understand the process and your options.

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