When the terms of your divorce need to be changed due to a substantial change in circumstances, it is imperative to contact a divorce attorney to help you modify your agreement. At Mara Law, P.A., Attorneys at Law, we help you change the terms of your Marital Settlement Agreement to better reflect your current life situation. We understand that divorce law may seem complicated to you, so we stay responsive throughout the process, answering any questions you have about what terms are now appropriate for you.
Initial divorce settlements reflect the nature of both parties at the time of the divorce. People seek modifications to the Final Judgment when major life changes occur, such as changes in income, the changing needs or wishes of the children and more. In these situations, the help of an attorney is necessary to modify the terms of items such as:
Our attorneys work tirelessly to develop a new divorce agreement that works best for you.
The legal team at Mara Law, P.A. understands that people and situations change, and as a result, divorce settlements may need to change as well. An attorney works patiently with you to find solutions that include:
When the terms of your divorce become outdated, don’t pay more money than you should or receive less than what is fair. Contact an attorney from Mara Law, P.A., Attorneys at Law today to fight for a modification of the terms of your divorce. It is our mission to provide high-quality legal service with an attitude of professionalism and compassion -- let us take care of your legal needs as we take care of you. We have a convenient office location in Ormond Beach, and serve clients in Daytona Beach and the surrounding areas.
Mara Law, P.A. is located in Ormond Beach, FL and serves clients in and around Bunnell, New Smyrna Beach, De Leon Springs, Palm Coast, Daytona Beach, Flagler Beach, Barberville, Pierson, Seville, Port Orange, Flagler County and Volusia County.
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