Post-Decree Motions Lawyers in Minnesota
Many people consider a divorce finalized when the court enters the divorce decree. However, entry of the judgment and decree does not mark the end of the process. There are many reasons a divorce decree may end up being modified. If you are involved in post-decree motions in Minnesota, our family law attorneys can help.
There are many instances where one, or both, parties involved in the divorce will need to modify the final judgment issued by the court. Changes in finances, health, job status, and living situations often play a big part in post-decree modifications. There are many different aspects of a divorce decree that are subject to modification. Our divorce lawyers handle all of the post-decree motions in Minnesota that you might need, including:
- Motions to Modify Custody;
- Motions to Modify Child Support;
- Motions to Modify Alimony/Spousal Maintenance;
- Motions to Move Out of State;
- Motions to Modify Parenting Time; and
- Contempt of Court
No matter what reason you have for seeking a modification to your decree, our divorce modification lawyers in Minnesota can assist.