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Modification of Divorce Orders

Skilled Representation in Modification Matters

When a divorce is finalized, the terms of the divorce agreement are based on the circumstances that existed at that time. If those circumstances change, you may have cause to request a modification of alimony, child support or custody. These cases can be extremely complex and it is critical that you have strong representation from a qualified lawyer.

Your original divorce agreement or judgment is a binding court order and there needs to be a substantial change of circumstances for the court to make a modification. Attorney David Rubin has been practicing law in Connecticut for over 25 years and understands what the court needs regarding modifications. He has represented clients in Stamford and throughout Connecticut in all types of modification cases, including child support, alimony, custody and visitation.

Working to Ensure The Best Result

Child support and alimony modifications are requested for a number of reasons. Many modifications are approved due to a significant change in income for either spouse. If the paying spouse experiences a significant reduction in pay or the recipient spouse receives a significant increase, a reduction in the amount paid may be in order. Cohabitation or remarriage of the recipient spouse may also be cause for a modification or termination of alimony. Likewise, increases in the payor's income or decreases in the recipient's income may call for an increase in support payments.

Custody and visitation modifications frequently come about when there is a change to one of the spouses' work schedules or a relocation due to a job change becomes necessary. In other cases, either parent could seek changes in custody or visitation

No matter what type of modification matter you may be facing, Attorney Rubin has the experience and the commitment to help you. He will take the time to thoroughly understand your situation and determine the best approach to help you reach your goals. He will create the strongest possible argument to support your position and work diligently to reach a favorable outcome on your behalf.

Call Attorney Rubin's Cell Phone Now For A Telephone Consultation

Contact Attorney Rubin on his cell phone at 203-428-4958 or send him your questions via e-mail.