Post Divorce Proceedings
A divorce can be a long and complicated, and unfortunately there are sometimes additional issues that need to be resolved after the divorce process is over. Some of the provisions of divorce judgments may be modified providing there is a significant change in the post judgment circumstances of one or both of the parties involved. Child custody, alimony, child support, or parenting/visitation times are just a few things that can be contested or modified well after the divorce proceedings have ended. The attorneys at Himelman and Himelman are here to help you through these post divorce proceedings as tirelessly as the divorce process itself.
If you are looking to modify your child support or alimony orders (either increase or decrease), our attorneys will work closely with you to provide the courts with the necessary proof of a significant change in your circumstances, such as:
- A change in your job or income.
- A change in health insurance coverage.
- A change in your child’s education.
- An illness or other change in the medical needs of you or your child.
- A change in you or your spouse’s marital status.
What Are Some Common Post Divorce Proceedings?
Some of the post divorce proceedings or judgment issues that we handle include:
- Changing or Enforcing Court Orders including:
- Allocating College Costs including:
- Room and board, including dorm and food plan costs
- Transportation and travel expenses
- Post Divorce Health Insurance Coverage Issues
It is vitally important to present your case to the court in a thorough and compelling manner, which is why your first step should be to contact an attorney with knowledge and experience in NJ divorce law. Contact Himelman & Himelman today to discuss your options.