Jacksonville Post-Divorce Modifications
Modifications of Child Custody, Spousal Support & Other Court Orders
It is inevitable that circumstances change after the entry of a court order. Life is a fluid thing, yet court orders last indefinitely unless a party seeks to change them. Florida law sets out the circumstances necessary to modify a court order. These can include a change in income, one party reaching retirement age, the changing needs or best interests of children, a new spouse, change of residence, and more.
A court may grant modifications such as:
- Increasing, decreasing, or stopping a child support obligation
- Adjusting or eliminating the amount of alimony or spousal support
- Changing your children’s timesharing arrangement
- Terminating joint and awarding sole legal custody
Our experienced Jacksonville family law attorneys at the Law Office of Stephanie Gurrola PLLC, can listen to your situation, provide counsel regarding your circumstances, and work with you to change the terms of your divorce or other court order.
When you are seeking to make changes to your divorce or other court order, the Law Office of Stephanie Gurrola PLLC can help. Call (904) 674-3177 today.
Compassionate & Knowledgeable Representation
Our founding Jacksonville divorce attorney has practiced and taught family law for more than two decades in three different states. This diverse background gives our firm not only hands-on experience with a multitude of scenarios and situations, but the knowledge and resources to understand Florida’s particular laws and regulations and how they apply to your unique case.
Since devoting our practice exclusively to the greater Jacksonville area 10 years ago, we have developed a deep familiarity with the styles and preferences of judges and other attorneys in the jurisdiction. Trust us to advise you while keeping the best interests of you and your children as our top priority.
Contact us now at (904) 674-3177 for a free one-hour case consultation.