Once the last of the divorce-related paperwork has been signed and filed, both spouses will more than likely breathe a much-needed sigh of relief. Here, this relief will come not only from the knowledge that the legal proceedings have finally come to an end, but also from the knowledge that they are now free to start adjusting to their new post-divorce lives.
While these divorced couples don’t want to consider stepping back into a courtroom, it’s also important for them to understand that life changes and, as such, the original terms of the divorce decree may no longer be feasible.
For example, a former spouse might lose their job, a child might develop a serious health condition, or an employer may want a former spouse to start working new and potentially longer hours — all scenarios that may necessitate a modification of existing arrangements.
At the Robertson Law Firm, PLLC, we understand how both your circumstances and your needs can change as they relate to such important matters as alimony, child support and visitation/child custody. We also understand why you may be somewhat reluctant to pursue a modification, perhaps less than enthused about the prospect of potentially reigniting a long-dormant divorce battle.
This is precisely why our attorneys will take the time to discuss your needs, answer any questions and outline the law as it relates to divorce modification here in Arkansas. In the event you decide you want to pursue a modification, we will handle everything and do everything in our power to protect your — and your children’s — best interests.
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