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When a couple’s divorce is finalized, both parties receive a court document known as a “judgment of divorce” that states the provisions of the divorce. While a judgment is enforceable by law and must be followed by both parties, it is by no means absolute and can be changed given the right circumstances. As children grow older and jobs change, a judgment may need to be modified in order to accommodate for such changes. If you are in need of a post-divorce modification, attorneys at Foster Swift have the experience to walk you step-by-step through the associated legal processes and advocate for a favorable result on your behalf. Read More ›
One of the most distressing issues facing you in divorce involves child custody and parenting time. Child custody disputes can quickly escalate into expensive battles (emotionally and financially) without good planning and experienced legal counsel. This lack of planning often results in painful, emotional damage to your co-parenting relationship and your children. If you find yourself caught up in a family issue that requires legal action, it is imperative that you retain the services of a strong legal team to protect your rights and secure the best resolution for your situation. Read More ›
Who gets the business? How does the business impact the bottom line in dividing assets in a divorce? Are the funds from a business part of the spousal support or child support calculations? Read More ›
Are you thinking of filing for divorce? Or perhaps you were suddenly handed divorce papers and are now being pushed into ending your marriage? Whether it was your idea to divorce or not, the road ahead can have serious bumps, twists, and pitfalls—if you don’t bring a map. Read More ›
Categories: Did you Know?, Divorce
Divorce is an unpleasant experience for most, but a positive attorney-client relationship can ease the burden. Thoughtful, competent representation can prepare you to thrive in your post-divorce life. Read More ›
Categories: Divorce, Post Judgement