You may be familiar with that beginning of a Biblical phrase. In today’s world when a judge renders a decision in family court, the final outcome may still have room for modification. If your life changes after a divorce decree in the state of Florida you can seek to modify the final judgement to reflect those changes.
There are many possibilities including illness, loss of income, or a required relocation. Some changes in your life may inhibit your ability to pay the full child support that you were ordered to pay when the decision was rendered. On the other side of the coin, if a former spouse has received a large inheritance then your burden may be reduced.
When a family court judge makes a decision on a divorce case that does not necessarily mean “in perpetuity”. Discover your rights to modify a divorce decree from veteran St. Petersburg family lawyers Nat Kidder and Bill Bennett. They will represent you in Florida family court to fight for your financial rights. Call the office of Kidder and Bennett today at (727) 821-8000.