When two people get divorced a settlement is reached it is attorney Jennifer Dane’s goal as an Winter Park divorce attorney is to set her clients up for the success post divorce. Jennifer Dane will work hard to plan for every possible situation post divorce, but inevitably life happens and after the divorce you may find yourself in a situation in which your divorce agreement needs to be modified, if that is the case Ms. Dane will help you :
- Meet with you to determine your goals;
- Address all important legal issues;
- Collect all favorable information relating to your case;
- Prepare and work quickly towards the best possible resolution.
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Jennifer Dane will personally handle all aspects of your modification. You will be able to contact Ms. Dane by phone, text or email at anytime with questions specific to your case and your concerns. Your case will never be handed to a less experienced attorney. Ms. Dane is the only attorney that will advocate for you throughout your entire case. Your case and modification will get Jennifer’s full attention.
Modifying a Divorce Order
There are three main areas that Winter Park family law modification attorney Jennifer Dane see most clients in need of modification of their divorce agreements, those are the following:
Child support is based primarily on the parties gross incomes and the overnight stays the each parent exercise with the child(ren). There are several different things that can change your child support obligation, first being a substantial change in income. If either party experiences a loss or gain in income that would change their child support obligation by 15% or $50.00 or more then a modification is substantial enough to merit filing a supplemental petition to modify. Secondly, the substantial change in healthcare or child care cost may change your child support obligation by 15% or $50.00, which will also require the modification of child support. Finally, a change in the timesharing may merit a change in the child support.
As children grow and circumstances change often times the parenting plans need to change as well. The child’s best interest it always the courts primary concern and if a circumstance is no longer in a child’s best interest then it may meet the standard for a modification. As your Orlando Divorce Attorney Jennifer T. Dane strives to have you think about the long term effects of the parenting plan and how it will work as your children grow. Sometimes there is a shift in the needs of a child or a parent who has a different job and cannot be home as much with the child, this is not uncommon. If there is a substantial, material and unanticipated change in circumstance that effects the best interest of the child then filing a supplemental petition to modify may be justified in order to change the parenting plan.
Depending on the type of alimony and duration of the alimony obligation, alimony may be modified for various statutory reasons. If either the need or the ability to pay by either spouse has significantly diminished or if the spouse receiving alimony is in a supportive relationship then the alimony obligation may be modified. In order to modify the alimony obligation , you must show a substantial and material change in circumstances.
Personalized Legal Representation
If you have a divorce order you would like to modify or are considering your options to change your agreement, contact Winter Park divorce modification Attorney Jennifer Dane for a confidential consultation, to discuss your case, your options and your family. Jennifer’s primary focus is to help you and your family achieve the best possible result.