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If you’re on the verge of divorce, you’re in for a bumpy ride. Not because anything horrible is going to happen, but because it’s a long and complicated process. There’s a lot to address and resolve on the financial front before the judge signs off on the dotted line and declares your divorce final.
When someone has gone through a divorce and come out the other side, they can feel like they’ve been through the wringer, both emotionally and financially. They breathe a sigh of relief and are ready to unwind, concentrate on their family, and go on to the next chapter of their lives. But, in reality, it’s rarely that straightforward.
There will almost always be some loose ends to tie up when a divorce is finalized. You can’t turn a blind eye or wash your hands of it, no matter how much you want to. The greatest approach to have a successful divorce is to go into it with your eyes wide open, and this applies even after the divorce has been finalized.
Following the Finalization of Your Divorce
After your divorce is finalized, there will undoubtedly be some items to consider. Here’s a mental checklist to get you started:
Prepare to return to court.
We have one item we want you to be aware of right now. There’s a considerable chance you’ll have to go back to court in the future if your case concerns child custody, child support, or spousal support. Why? Because a divorce can generate a lot of changes in a person’s life.
It’s fairly typical for one or both spouses to return to court for a modification of a child custody, child support, or spousal support order obtained as part of a divorce. This is referred to as “post-judgment changes.” So, even if you think it’s all done, don’t be shocked if you end up having to go to court again in the future.
Following are some of the most typical reasons why someone could return to court after their divorce is finalized:
Is it Possible for Me to Make a Change Without Going to Court?
You don’t have to go to family court to change something about your children, such as child custody, child support, or visitation. With the help of an attorney from Spodek Law Group, you can enter into a new agreement with your former husband or domestic partner over any of these child-related matters if you get along well enough. We would, however, obtain a written agreement and file it with the court.
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