Variations

Sometimes certain provisions of a final court order or separation agreement need to be changed in order to reflect a material change in circumstances that has occurred.

It is common for child and/or spousal support amounts to be varied based upon a change in the support payor’s financial situation or a change in the child’s residential arrangements. If the parties cannot agree on how the court order or separation agreement should be varied, it may be necessary to commence proceedings in court.

Erin Simpson can assist you with determining whether a variation of a court order or separation agreement is necessary or possible and assist in negotiating a new agreement or court order.
 

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