Our Helpful Alimony Modifications Services
Alimony is used in order to help one spouse support another after a divorce. However, changing life circumstances may result in the need to modify your alimony payments. Some changes that are grounds for modification include:
- Changing or losing a job.
- Significant illness or death.
Which spouse these changes happen to is irrelevant, so long as the change is substantial enough to warrant modification. If you believe that alimony should be modified, then you must first file a Supplemental Petition of Modification of Alimony. This petition includes several important pieces of information, including how much current alimony payments are, the names of both spouses, and what change prompted the request for modification. Afterward, you must give the petition to the other spouse. They have 20 days to respond; if they respond with a counterpoint to the request, then a trial will be held to determine if alimony should be modified.
Having an alimony lawyer can be extremely helpful throughout this undertaking. They are capable of guiding you throughout the entire legal process, from filling out the forms to going to trial. As such, you should consider contacting The Law Office of Natashia A. Sinckler. Attorney Sinckler has more than 10 years of experience helping families through difficult legal situations. She provides service to all of the following areas:
- West Palm Beach, FL
- Lake Worth, FL
- North Palm Beach, FL
- Boynton Beach, FL
- Palm Beach Gardens, FL
- Riviera Beach, FL
- Royal Palm Beach, FL
Attorney Sinckler understands that every client is important, and strives to give her best for every case. If you would like to learn more, then please call her today for a free consultation.
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