Post-Divorce Modification and Enforcement

Divorce decrees and agreements are typically final and may not be informally modified without the consent of the courts in Illinois. However, certain aspects of your divorce agreement such as child custody and support may need adjustments or enforcements over time. The best way to do this is through formal post-divorce modification and enforcement.

At Family Law Solutions, P.C., we have years of experience in pursuing modifications and enforcement for all manners of child custody and child support agreements. Some reasons we might pursue action to modify your decree may include:

  • Switching location or moving away
  • Changing physical custody
  • Modifying parenting time
  • Increasing or decreasing the amount of child support paid
  • Terminating or adjusting alimony paid

Likewise, these conditions may require you to enforce a current agreement, such as enforcing child support payments despite a parent and child moving away.

Because modification and enforcement usually require appearing before a judge or court, it is absolutely essential to enlist the help of a certified post-divorce modification and enforcement attorney such as those at Family Law Solutions, P.C. We can help you determine if a modification or enforcement is possible with your case and take steps to help you through this process for the benefit of your children.

If you’d like to work with Family Law Solutions, P.C. today, contact us at (312) 332-1344 to schedule your first confidential consultation. We have 2 conveniently located offices in Downtown Chicago and Arlington Heights to serve your needs.


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Family law is complicated. The impact on the lives of everyone involved cannot be minimized, but Janet helps her clients discover that life will go on, and in many cases, will be better.