Do You Need A Post-Judgment Modification For Your Tennessee Divorce?

While a divorce may be considered "final" in the eyes of the law, it is never really "final." All kinds of sudden, substantial lifestyle changes can warrant modifications in a divorce settlement agreement.

For example, a lost job can affect levels of child support and alimony. A relocation due to remarriage or business transfer can impact child visitation arrangements.

Skilled Post-Divorce Representation ~ 25 Years Of Family Law Experience

J. Cris Helton, founding lawyer of the Helton Law Firm, PLLC, in Chattanooga, provides skilled family law and divorce services to clients across southeast Tennessee. In every matter he handles, his goal is finding a workable solution to your problem. In everything he does for you, he is dedicated to your success.

Let us be your source of strength and confidence as you and your children face the future.

Common Reasons For A Post-Judgment Modification

Post-judgment modifications of support or custody provisions in a Tennessee divorce settlement agreement may be necessary due to:

  • Remarriage
  • Business transfer
  • Military transfer
  • Job loss, new job or job promotion
  • Parental relocation

Your wishes and goals are important to us. So are your opinions. We will listen carefully to your views and objectives, offer realistic assessments of your options and smoothly guide you through the legal process.

Call Now To Schedule Your Free Consultation

To discuss a revision of your divorce settlement and for a free initial consultation with our experienced Chattanooga modification attorney, call the Helton Law Firm, PLLC, at 866-577-4339 toll free or 423-825-9725 locally, or send us an email.