Should Your Family Court Orders Be Modified?

When circumstances have changed substantially since you entered into a family law agreement, it may be time to consider modifying existing family law orders. We assist people in pursuing and opposing modifications to family law agreements of all types, including:

You deserve to have an agreement that reflects the realities of your current situation. We can help you make a persuasive case as to why and how we need to update your family court orders or leave them unchanged.

Were You Taken Advantage Of During Your Divorce?

There is a growing trend for divorcing couples to work things out amongst themselves rather than litigate. Some couples may not even work with attorneys. In some of these cases, people realize later on that they were taken advantage of by their ex-spouses. There may have been assets that were hidden or some other issue on which you were treated unfairly. We can pursue a modification of your divorce order to help you make things right.

Committed To Securing The Outcomes You Need

At Blair & Rowady, our firm is committed to securing family law agreements that are based on our clients' current needs and goals. If an agreement needs to be changed or remain the same, we can help you advocate for the position that best helps you. We have the experience and skill necessary to help you illustrate to the court how the agreement is still working for you or it needs to be changed. We know what evidence the court requires to find for or against a proposed modification.

Let us help you with any potential modification of a family court order in the Winchester/Lexington area, call 859-759-4539, toll free at 877-390-6674 or contact our firm online. Initial consultations are free when we are retained the same day.