Supporting You with the Modification of Court Orders in NJ

It’s not uncommon for people to require modifications of their existing court orders following a divorce judgment or court order. Typically, this is due to a change in circumstances that impacts any number of the court order’s provisions. Regardless of the circumstances, you can rely on Irene Shor, Esq. to support you with the modification of court orders in NJ. Some examples of when alimony modifications are appropriate include the following events:

  • Cohabitation of a Spouse
  • Remarriage of a Spouse
  • Payor or Payee Retirement
  • Payor or Payee Disability
  • Reduction in Payor Income
  • Payor Learns of Payee Spouse’s Increased Income
  • Various Other Factors

Modifying Orders of Divorce, Child Support, & More

The factors listed above may also affect a parent’s child support obligations, necessitating a change in payments due. Additionally, these changes in circumstances can increase or decrease a particular spouse’s parenting time. Factors that may alter parenting schedules include:

  • Child’s Age
  • Child's Preference as They Grow Older
  • Parent’s or Child’s Disability
  • Distance Between Parents' Homes
  • Request for Out-of-State Removal or Relocation of a Child

If you’ve experienced life changes since your last court order, reach out to Irene Shor, Esq. for the support you need. She has the experience, knowledge, and skill to assess your situation and provide meaningful, actionable advice.

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