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What Are Some Post Legal Divorce Issues?

Once a divorce is finalized, there still may be a few legal issues that can happen after the divorce proceeding. It’s even possible that new issues can arise after the divorce. In either event, a divorce lawyer can help guide you through these potential issues ensuring you get the results you deserve.  Here are a few of the most common post legal divorce issues.

Property Disbursement 

Sometimes property issues can go unresolved as the distribution process can take a while to determine who gets what. Also, sometimes certain property items may get overlooked and you’ll have to go back to take those items into account. Lastly, in terms of property distribution, wills and trusts may also need to be updated after a divorce is settled. 

Violating Terms

Has your ex-spouse violated the divorce agreement? If so, this is when you need to contact a lawyer. A lawyer can help enforce child support, alimony and much more. Because enforcing and settling the agreement can become complicated, an attorney experienced in family law can help give you the guidance you need. 

Child Custody and Support

After the divorce proceedings, many issues regarding children can arise. Sometimes spouses want more parenting time with their children or want to apply for custody. They could even have a change in financial situations which means there needs to be some modifications for alimony or child support. With any of these issues, a lawyer is crucial to have on your side so you can get the resolutions you deserve. 

Agreement Problems 

In some instances, there may be a handful of issues that were addressed in your divorce agreement. This could be because issues were put off, forgotten about or there were unforeseen circumstances. In any of these cases, it’s essential to hire a lawyer to help solve these issues before they get worst.

At Aldrich Legal Services, our family law practice is headed by Brad Aldrich, a knowledgeable divorce lawyer with more than 20 years of legal experience. Our focus is on resolving your dispute as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible, while fully safeguarding your rights. If your divorce is not resolved before trial, we have the courtroom skills and experience to help you obtain the best possible outcome. Contact us today at (734) 404-3000.

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