Cleveland Post-Decree Modifications Attorney
Helping Residents of Independence Seek Adjustments to Their Court Orders
Life is ever evolving. Stipulations that worked at the onset of certain
court orders may not continue to work later down the line. For example,
a child support payment amount that worked for both parents may not continue
to work if one parent loses their job and their income decreases. At The
Law Offices of LeeDaun C. Williams LLC, our Cleveland post-decree modifications
lawyer can help you present your case to a court and thoroughly litigate
For a complimentary consultation, call our office at
(216) 350-8511 today.
What Decrees Can Be Modified?
In Ohio, you are not permitted to request a modification to a property
division order. Once the court determines how marital property is divided
between spouses, neither party can attempt to seek modification in the future.
You can request modifications to the following orders:
To request a modification, you must be able to prove that you have experienced
a significant change in circumstances.
A significant change in circumstance includes, but is not limited to:
- A substantial increase or decrease of income
- A parent relocates to an area out of the current custody order’s
- A party suffers a change in mental or physical health
- A child’s needs change
- A parent is absent or unfit
If you cannot prove this change in circumstance or the court does determine
your circumstance is severe enough to warrant a modification, they are
likely to reject the petition. However, with the help of our Cleveland
post-decree modification attorney, you have a chance at obtaining a favorable
outcome for your case. We work tirelessly to create an effective case
strategy and passionately litigate your position in and out of the courtroom.
Protecting Your Legal Rights & Interests
The Law Offices of LeeDaun C. Williams LLC in Cleveland is here for you
to help you resolve your legal issue. We offer all our clients clear and
compassionate advice and guidance and will stop at nothing to ensure you
obtain a positive outcome to your case.
Call our office at
(216) 350-8511 or complete our
online contact form to schedule your appointment today.