Post-Divorce Modifications

Post Divorce & Child Custody Modifications Lawyer in Vancouver, Washington

Nobody really knows exactly how life will work out. The outcome of a divorce is based on the circumstances at that time. Sometimes, circumstances change in a way that simply could not have been planned for.

When that happens, post-divorce modifications may need to be made. At the law firm of Green & Ritchie, PLLC in Vancouver, Washington, our attorneys can help you make them.

Our lawyers can help with post-divorce modifications of:

  • Child custody arrangements
  • Spousal support payments
  • Child support payments
  • Property issues

Since we take pride in getting to know you and your situation, you can be confident that the steps we take are the steps necessary to get a resolution that is right for you.

Changing Complex Divorce Agreements

Typically, getting a change made to child custody plans or any other matter requires more than just paperwork. Often, the matter has to go back to court.

Before that point, however, we will take the time to do some investigation. We will gather evidence pointing out changes in income that may affect child support payments. We will interview witnesses who may support the need for post-divorce modification of child visitation arrangements. We will put together a case that demonstrates why the results issued at the time of the divorce are no longer applicable.

We Know How to Get Changes Made

At Green & Ritchie we bring our experience as criminal law attorneys to the handling of your family law issues. This means that we are unusually experienced in the process of gathering evidence to support your case. It means that we are confident in the courtroom, because we have spent a lot of time there. It means we know what to do to get post-divorce modifications made when you need them.

Contact Us for a Consultation

Call us at 360-450-2434 or send us an e-mail to schedule a meeting about post-divorce modifications in Vancouver, Clark County, or nearby in Washington state.

Stefanie Ellis was the contributing attorney to this content