Modification of Spousal Support
New situations can lead to new agreements.
With the massive changes brought about by divorce, spousal support—also known as alimony—is designed to even the financial playing field between divorcing spouses. Post-dissolution changes in circumstance—including remarriage, cohabitation, shifts in income, and retirement—can often require a modification, or update, of existing spousal support orders.
At the Law Offices of Jennifer Owens, we can provide guidance on whether your circumstances justify a modification.
Common Reasons for
Spousal Support Modifications
There are many reasons you could seek to modify or even end spousal support.
- Cohabitation with a new partner
- Changes in employment and/or income
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