Over time, the circumstances which existed at the time of your divorce’s final judgment may substantially change, in regard to alimony, child support, your parenting plan or another aspect. Some examples:
- the income of one or both of the parties may have substantially increased or decreased, affecting the amount of alimony or child support which should be paid
- the children may have reached a stage in their lives which requires a substantial change in the parenting plan and/or child support
- a parent may need to relocate out of the jurisdiction
Florida law contains requirements which must be met prior to proceeding with a modification action. Contact us to assess changes in your circumstances.