New Jersey Divorce Modification Lawyers
After a divorce has been finalized, circumstances may change. It may be difficult to convince a judge that he or she should modify a prior judgment or court order. At Goldstein, Bachman & Newman, P.A. we have handled divorce modifications in New Jersey for 20 years.
You may be entitled to modify a divorce judgment or court order. Parties are entitled to show the court that there has been a substantial change in circumstances that warrants a change in a previous order.
What family law orders can be modified?
Upon showing the court that there has been a substantial change in circumstances in your post divorce situation, a court may modify
- child support
- parenting time
When can an order be modified?
Divorce modifications may be requested at any time. Our lawyers are experienced in assessing these changes to determine the best course of action for you.
Modification of a divorce order requires a substantial change in circumstances. A decrease or increase in income, a change in the health of a party, relocation, disability, and remarriage are examples of changes in circumstances that may warrant modification.
Under current New Jersey law it is necessary for you to show specific facts that warrant the change. Our attorneys are familiar with this changing law, and can work with you to find out how it applies to you.
Contact us today to set up a free initial consultation today with one of our experienced lawyers. We are familiar with New Jersey family law and will help you get a fair and appropriate result.
Goldstein, Bachman & Newman, P.A.
14 Woodward Drive
Old Bridge, NJ 08857
Phone 732-360-9300 ▪ Fax 732-360-9347