Post-Divorce Modification

Post-Divorce Modification

Legal Help for Life’s Changing Circumstances

As you know from your divorce experience, circumstances in life can change drastically over time. In some situations, life changes may require post-divorce modification. Texas law allows modifications to certain aspects of a divorce decree. Our firm, The Law Firm of T. Wade Jefferies, provides legal representation to clients seeking post-divorce modification. Our firm is led by an attorney with extensive experience helping client seek changes to their existing Court Orders.

Are you curious about the possibility of modifying your divorce decree? Call (512) 379-6274 today to learn more.

Reasons for Modifying Divorce Decrees

Post-divorce modifications can be used to modify specific sections of the divorce decree. Generally, property division cannot be modified after the divorce is finalized unless fraud can be established or a community asset has been left out. More typical modifications of a divorce decree include changes to child support, child custody and possession, and many other family law matters.

Examples of material and substantial changes may include:

  • Job loss
  • Relocation
  • A new job requiring a move
  • Serious illness in the child or a parent
  • A significant increase or decrease in income

Due to the complexities of the law, it is in your best interests to seek the advice of an attorney with experience in post-divorce modification. Our firm represents clients seeking all types of divorce decree modifications.

Hire an Experienced Attorney

Getting a divorce agreement changed without a skilled lawyer is extremely difficult. We work closely with clients to ensure that their divorce decrees continue to meet the needs and best interests of both themselves and their children. You can rest assured that your case is in good hands at The Law Firm of T. Wade Jefferies.

For more information or to schedule a consultation, please call (512) 379-6274 or complete this online contact form.

Why Hire Attorney Jefferies?

  • Personalized Representation

    We value treating every client like family. Personal trust and relatability are the hallmarks of any good attorney-client relationship.

  • Accounting Background

    When it comes to high stakes litigation, having counsel with an accounting background, skilled and experienced in litigation, and who understands how businesses operate and should be valued, is a significant asset.

  • Empathetic Approach

    We have been exactly where you are and because of that, I can offer empathy and help in a way that is unique and solution-oriented.