Cordell & Cordell family law attorneys Rachel Schmidt and Dylan Briggs join CEO/Managing Partner Scott Trout to discuss the various factors to consider when modifying alimony or spousal maintenance. [Read more…]
Your marriage might officially end when the judge signs your divorce decree, but that doesn’t necessarily end your divorce case.
One party is often ordered to pay spousal support, often referred to as alimony. If children are involved, child support is typically ordered and there are often lingering custody issues to work out. When financial circumstances change, one party might ask the court to modify the amount or duration of the support payments. [Read more…]