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Long Island Divorce Modification Lawyer

Modification Help in Long Island, NYC & the Tri-State Area

Has a significant change in circumstances led you to consider a post-divorce modification? A Long Island divorce lawyer at Jonathan E. Kroll & Associates, PLLC can help. Our law firm represents families throughout Great Neck, Five Towns, Rockville Centre, Roslyn, Woodbury and Long Island in handling the modification of child support, visitation, child custody, and spousal support arrangements.

We understand that life changes and that your original divorce agreement may now be inconvenient or simply impossible. An attorney at our firm can assist you in requesting a modification that will be more beneficial based on your current circumstances.

We never know what life is going to throw at us. Although our original arrangement regarding child custody and visitation, child support or spousal support may have worked at first, we may now be in a situation where we need to change this agreement. A post-divorce modification allows us to do just that. However, the change in circumstances must be significant enough to warrant the legal proceedings this involves. To find out if you may qualify, we recommend that you discuss the matter with a Long Island divorce attorney at your earliest convenience.

Why a post-divorce modification?

There are different reasons an ex-spouse or parent may wish to seek a post-divorce modification. You may have lost your job or may have been demoted and are now living on a significantly lower amount of income. Your ex-spouse may have gotten a job and is now living independently, no longer requiring spousal support. Your child’s needs may have changed dramatically due for medical or educational reasons. You or your ex-spouse may have moved to another state, making your current custody arrangement impossible. These are just a few examples of potential reasons to consider a modification.

To find out more about this important process and how we can help you, contact our firm online today or call (516) 324-3138.

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The divorce process can be complicated, so it is important that you seek the help of an experienced professional, such as the divorce attorneys at our law firm. We can guide you through each step and help you resolve your divorce issues quickly and effectively.

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