Divorced couples often continue to disagree even after a divorce is finalized. In some cases, a divorce decree modification may be the best way to reach a solution. Divorce decree modifications can take place if the circumstances of one party have changed significantly, making the terms of the divorce unfair.
These circumstances can be financial, personal, or work-related. Common issues for divorce decree modifications include: child support, custody, parenting time, and spousal maintenance. Any property divided during the divorce is final and cannot be modified absent a showing of fraud, undue influence, or some other extraordinary reason.
Our Minnesota divorce attorneys can help you determine if a motion to modify your divorce decree is the right choice based on your specific circumstances. At Clausen & Hassan, our lawyers pride themselves on how they serve our clients. Please reach out today for your free consultation—you can call our office at (651) 647-0087 or contact us by email at email@example.com.