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Post-Judgment Modifications in Boise, ID

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Do you have a preexisting agreement from your divorce that you would like to adjust? If so, it may be in your best interest to contact Bublitz Law, P.C., where we handle post-judgment modifications and other family law matters. Our modifications attorney in Boise is fully committed to helping our clients resolve their matters, favorably and effectively.

While our office is located in Boise, we are proud to serve clients throughout Idaho. Call us at (208) 286-2111 today for more information!

Oftentimes, people believe that once their divorce is final, they cannot make any adjustments to the terms they have set. This is not the case, however; and people in certain circumstances have the option of adjusting the terms of their agreement to better suit their current predicament.

Reasons for Post-Judgment Modifications

There are a number of reasons as to why an individual may want to modify a preexisting divorce decree. Perhaps they lose or change their job—something to cause a change in his or her income. Individuals may also relocate after a divorce, therefore needing to modify a preexisting claim that has already been finalized.

A variety of things that can be adjusted include:

Like all other states, Idaho courts begin with the presumption that it is best for the children to maintain frequent and continuing contact with both of their parents after divorce. Judges typically support child custody arrangements; however, they base their final decisions on what is in the best interest of the children. Our team maintains a thorough understanding of Idaho family law, and is prepared to assist clients with a post-judgment modification pertaining to child custody cases.

Get started on your modification process by scheduling a case evaluation today!

When it comes to child support, the state of Idaho requires that both parents support their children—even after divorce. The amount of child support granted will be based primarily upon each parent's income and other factors, including how much time each parent spends with the children. Additionally, courts will sometimes impute the income to the parent they believe has the ability to earn more than what he or she is actually earning. If you are looking to alter a preexisting child support claim, our team stands ready to help you.

Call a Boise Post-Judgement Modifications Attorney for a Consult!

Regardless of the type of decree you want to modify, or how complex your situation may seem, you can rest-assured that when you work with us, we will do everything in our power to help you reach an outcome you are satisfied with.

To learn more about the services we offer, do not hesitate to contact our firm today.

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