POST DECREE DIVORCE
Sometimes after a divorce ruling has been made, a change in your living and financial situation may require modifications to the original divorce decree, based on your current circumstances.
Whether you lost your job or gained a promotion, moved to another state or decided to remarry, a change in the way you live often affects parenting agreements, child custody and visitation rights, and child support payments. When this happens, it is best to speak with a knowledgeable and experienced post-decree divorce attorney, who can offer you sound legal counsel.
At the Law Offices of Umberto S. Davi, PC, we have worked with all types of families in need of temporary and/or permanent divorce modifications. Well-known throughout Cook County, DuPage County, Will County, Kane County and the Chicago metropolitan area, our law firm has offered help to families with post-decree matters involving:
- Reduction in Support Payments
- Increases in Support Payments
- Job and Parental Relocation
- Re-arranging Visitation Schedules
- Changing Child Custody Agreements
One of the main concerns Illinois courts will have to a post-decree divorce is whether or not it will be in the best interests of the child. Attorney Umberto S. Davi’s thirty years of legal experience has built countless relationships with judges and utilizes his vast legal knowledge to help client’s understand the law surrounding post-decree divorce and the best possible way to obtain a modification.
To learn more about our family law services and how we can address your legal needs for a post-decree divorce matter, call for a complimentary consultation.
Contact an Experienced Post-Decree Divorce Attorney
For a complimentary consultation, call (708) 246-7277.
The Law Offices of Umberto S. Davi, PC