Divorce Modification and Paternity Judgments
Modify your divorce order for visitation, spousal support, child support, and more.
From time to time, it may be necessary to modify or change certain aspects of a prior judgment.
The courts retain the power to modify the custody and support of children and in some cases maintenance for a former spouse.
It is important to review your decree or judgment annually to refresh yourself as to its terms to see if changes are needed. Any changes to your judgment will require legal action and approval from the judge. It is important to consult with an attorney to see if changes are in order. When modifying your judgment, the court is required to act in the best interest of children in determining whether a change is necessary to a custody order. The courts have great discretion in determining what is in the best interest of your children. Consulting with an experienced and knowledgeable attorney is critical to analyzing how the court may apply the law of Missouri to the facts and issues of your case to meet the best interest of your children.
- Divorce decrees
- Child support orders
- Spousal support
Simplifying the modification process:
- Personalized consultations
- FREE case evaluations
- Customizable case options
- Paperwork filing
- A team approach to service
- At least two lawyers assigned to every divorce case