Life Changes May Require Modifications To Existing Orders
Divorce is an ongoing process. As individuals continue on in life, their needs — and their children’s needs — develop and change. A spouse may, as years proceed, need less support. Circumstances might enable one to take on more parenting responsibilities.
With this in mind, divorce agreements are living documents. They can — and often should — be updated to reflect spouses’ ongoing priorities and concerns.
The lawyers at Vinsko & Associates, P.C., have more than a decade of experience helping individuals modify their divorce decrees. Serving throughout Wilkes-Barre and Northeastern Pennsylvania, we work closely with our clients to help them achieve their legal goals.
Ensuring Your Decree Is Up-To-Date
Throughout divorce, a great deal is at stake. Most notably, the process dramatically affects one’s finances and one’s relationships with one’s children. Our attorneys provide ongoing support to individuals in a full spectrum of divorce contract considerations, including updates to:
- Spousal support
- Child support
- Child custody
- Grandparents’ custody and visitation rights
We understand that situations change. Our aim is to ensure that a divorce agreement is cut to fit one’s life, rather than the reverse.
Enforcing Your Divorce Decree
As important as crafting an appropriate divorce decree is making sure that its terms are enforced. Our lawyers work hard to enact this. We offer skilled and experienced guidance to individuals seeking to collect back payments and are unafraid to take matters to court in our efforts to see that divorce contracts are honored.
Ongoing Legal Support
If you would like to learn more about how to revise or enforce the terms of your divorce decree, reach out to our firm. You can call Vinsko & Associates, P.C., at 570-550-0815. Consultations can also be scheduled online.