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Littleton Divorce Modification Attorney

Helping Clients Address Issues That Arise After Divorce

If circumstances have changed for you or your ex-spouse since your divorce, the arrangements that were put in place at that time may no longer be workable. If that is the case, you may be able to pursue a post-divorce modification to address your concerns.

At the law firm of Martin D. Brown, PLLC, we represent clients who are both seeking and opposed to modification petitions. Littleton divorce modification lawyer Martin Brown, who personally handles every case at our firm, has been practicing law in Colorado since 1982.

Pursuing and Opposing All Types of Modification Petitions

Many modification requests are connected to major life events such as job loss or remarriage. Others are the result of people realizing that certain issues were not adequately addressed when they got divorced. The following issues can be the subjects of modification petitions:

  • Child custody (parental responsibilities) and parenting time arrangements can be revisited if they no longer reflect the best interests of the child or if one parent wants to relocate with the child.
  • Child support and alimony (maintenance) determinations can also be revisited if the incomes or financial positions of the parties have changed substantially enough to justify a modification.
  • Marital property division decisions cannot typically be reversed. However, issues that were never addressed during the divorce can be raised and resolved after the fact.

Whether you believe that you are being unfairly disadvantaged by the current arrangements with your ex-spouse or your ex-spouse is pursuing a modification that you do not believe is appropriate, we can explain your options and help you pursue a beneficial outcome.

Highlands Ranch Lawyer · Child Support, Custody and Alimony Modification

If you need assistance with the post-divorce modification of custody, support or any other aspect of your divorce decree, we encourage you to contact us at our offices in Littleton at 720-316-0394 or by e-mail to schedule an appointment with attorney Martin Brown.