Even after your divorce is finalized, post-divorce modifications can still be made. The state of Michigan requires significant or material changes in circumstances to make post-divorce modifications.
Why do people request post-divorce modifications?
Post-divorce modifications are typically made in regards to child support and/or spousal support terms. If your financial situation or the needs of your child change dramatically after your divorce is finalized, you may be eligible to make modifications to your divorce terms. Changes can also be made to child custody and visitation agreements if a legitimate need can be demonstrated.
Toburen Law can assist you through the post-divorce modification process. Mike Toburen works closely with clients to identify when post-divorce modifications are necessary and demonstrate this necessity successfully in court.