Post Divorce & Post Judgment Actions
Post divorce and post judgment actions refer to legal proceedings initiated by one of the parties to a prior Court order to ask the Court to change the order because there has been a change in circumstances.
What happens when circumstances change?
When circumstances change, our attorneys are here to help our clients seek modifications of their divorce judgments.
What can be changed?
Spousal support will terminate on the death of either party or upon the remarriage of the party receiving support. Spousal support may be open for review if there is a substantial change in income of either the payer or the recipient.
Child support is also subject to review when incomes change or when placement is modified. For purposes of child support, the law defines the passage of 33 months as a substantial change in circumstance meaning child support can be reviewed.
Post Divorce Action Attorneys
Free initial consultation
Our attorneys at Hoff, Claringbole & Quigley, LLP offer a free initial consultation for people seeking legal guidance and representation in family law, divorce, maintenance/alimony, child custody, child support, adoption, stepparent adoption, guardianships, personal injury, or real estate matters. Please call (920-749-2002) or e-mail our law office to arrange for a free initial consultation today.
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Wisconsin Geographic Area Served
The Attorneys at Hoff, Claringbole & Quigley, LLP represent people across Northeast Wisconsin, including Appleton, Oshkosh, Neenah, Menasha, Green Bay, Waupaca, Chilton, Wautoma and throughout the Fox Valley and Outagamie, Winnebago, Brown, Waupaca, Calumet, and Waushara Counties.
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