Modification of Final Judgment in Florida
Sometimes a final family law judgment no longer applies and needs to be adjusted. Loss of job or a raise in salary are just a couple of factors that may cause a need for modification.
Modification of Alimony
Most types of alimony can be modified or terminated if there has been a substantial change in financial status. Ian C. Hurley can help you decide if there is good reason to seek a modification or termination.
Modification of Child Custody
Has there been a substantial change since your child custody order? Ian C. Hurley can help you modify it.
Modifications can occur if:
Modification of Child Support
If you payer or the recipient of child support and circumstances have changed significantly, contact Ian C. Hurley to seek a modification.
Defending Against Modification
Is your spouse trying to modify a final judgment? Ian C. Hurley can defend against a modification by proving there have been no significant changes or it’s not in your child’s best interest to make a change.
Modification and the Collaborative Family Law Process
Interested in keeping your personal life and finances out of court? Ian C. Hurley can tell you about the collaborative family law model and see if it’s the right fit for you.