Family Court Orders Can Be Modified To Meet Your Current Needs

Have circumstances changed since the issuance of your divorce decree? For most people, things do change; they get remarried, lose their jobs, get better jobs or move out of state.

In other situations, an ex-spouse may be failing to adhere to requirements of a court order or decree. Are they refusing to pay court-ordered child support, allow you access to the children or pay spousal maintenance?

If you have undergone a substantial change in circumstances — or if your ex is violating a court order — you may be eligible to modify your divorce decree so it better aligns with your current situation.

Helping You Align Court Orders With Current Circumstances

At Di Giacomo & Somers L.L.C., serving Northfield and Chicago, Illinois, our experienced divorce and family law attorneys are skilled at litigation, collaboration and mediation. We can help you make the right decision for your divorce and seek the post-decree modification you need.

With over 110 years of combined experience, our lawyers can represent your best interests in a variety of post-decree hearings, including those involving:

  • Enforcement of custody and support agreements
  • Modification or termination of spousal maintenance obligations
  • Increase or decrease of child support
  • Relocation or move-away of a custodial parent
  • Contribution to college expenses
  • Visitation issues
  • Parenting time modification

Contact Our Lawyers Today To Discuss Custody Modifications

Whatever your circumstance, we can help you find a way to resolve it. We are certified mediators, experienced litigators and trained collaborative law attorneys. We will work with you to determine what the best course of action is to resolve your particular issue. Our priority is to achieve the best possible outcome for you.

At Di Giacomo & Somers L.L.C., we bring experience and compassion to the practice of law to clients in and around Winnetka, Glenview, Lake Forest and Arlington Heights. Call our post-decree modifications attorneys today at 847-784-8900, or contact us online, to schedule your consultation.