If making your alimony or child support payments have led to financial hardship, you have the opportunity to ask the court to make modifications to your financial obligations. At the same time, if you are not receiving support that is adequate for you and your family, or support payments are not being made timely or consistently, you are also able to seek relief from the court for modification or enforcement of your divorce agreement.
No matter which modification you are trying to obtain, an accomplished Middlesex County family lawyer can help. Rozin | Golinder Law LLC has helped clients attain reasonable arrangements for spousal and child support. We serve clients throughout Monmouth, Somerset, and Union counties as well.
Learn how we can help you pursue a post-judgment modification by calling (732) 810-0034 and setting up a free case evaluation.
At Rozin | Golinder Law LLC, we understand that there can be many sensitive issues surrounding your divorce agreement and how it relates to child custody, child support, and alimony after the divorce has been finalized. We can help you pursue modifications based on the unforeseen cost of your child’s education or medical care. Our team is also able to help you with modifications to your child custody arrangement especially if there are issues with your former partner not adhering to the court’s previous directive. No matter the reason, if you need help after your divorce has been finalized, our East Brunswick family law attorney, can provide you with personalized attention and service that is focused on helping you and your family.
Contact us immediately at (732) 810-0034 if you need help modifying your judgment.