What You Should Know About Post-Judgment Modifications in New Jersey

What You Should Know About Post-Judgment Modifications in New Jersey

In the months or years following a divorce, you may find that your life does not look the same as it did when your divorce agreement was initially established. More recently, COVID-19 has had a serious impact on all our lives. As such, you may be thinking about modifying the terms of your existing divorce agreement. If you and your former spouse cannot agree on the terms of that modification on your own, you should hire an experienced New Jersey divorce attorney who will assist you in filing the appropriate application with the Court.

Some types of post-judgment modifications that you may seek include:

  • An upward or downward modification of an alimony obligation
  • An upward or downward modification of child support
  • A change in a custody arrangement
  • A change or modification to a parenting time arrangement
  • Emancipation of a child
  • Relocation application

When filing an application with the Court to modify an existing agreement, the moving party seeking a modification bears the burden of demonstrating changed circumstances. It is important to note that Courts have consistently rejected requests for modification based on circumstances which are only temporary, or which are expected but have not occurred. As such, hiring an attorney with the experience and expertise in these situations is crucial-–contact Aronsohn, Weiner, Salerno & Kaufman today to schedule a consultation if you are looking for post-judgment relief.

Contact our experienced New Jersey firm

We understand how confusing certain legal issues can be, which is why we are dedicated to providing individuals with the compassionate, knowledgeable legal representation they deserve. Aronsohn, Weiner, Salerno & Kaufman has helped clients with various difficult legal challenges for over 40 years, which is why we know we have the experience needed to do the same for you. For experienced legal counsel regarding family law, litigation, business law, real estate, and criminal law, you know where to turn–contact Aronsohn, Weiner, Salerno & Kaufman today to schedule a consultation.

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