Post-Decree Modifications

Looking to Modify an Existing Divorce Decree in Morris County?

At Moskowitz Law Group, LLC, our team is dedicated to assisting our clients with their various family law matters, including post-decree modifications. After a divorce, it is common for ex-spouses to implement changes that already existed during their divorce. In situations like this, we are prepared to assist our clients in modifying a pre-existing decree.

The ex-spouse may want to make a modification to an existing decree for:

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Morristown Divorce Lawyers: Safeguarding Your Rights

If you wish to stop the changes that have been proposed by the other party, such as the relocation of your child to a different state, our Morristown divorce lawyers are prepared to assist you and to safeguard your rights. If your child is being abused, neglected, or lives in an environment where they are exposed to drugs and/or alcohol, we have the ability to assist you with the modification of a child custody decree.

Other reasons individuals may desire a change in a decree include:

  • Loss of a job
  • Promotion
  • Demotion
  • Remarriage

Reputable Representation Topped By Decades of Collective Experience

Regardless of your reasoning, our reputable law firm is here to assist you. We have more than 50 years of combined experience, during which we have devoted ourselves solely to the practice of family law. We maintain an extensive understanding of the New Jersey family law system and always stay up to date on any changes that occur in the system. With so much experience in the field, we recognize that circumstances may change, and modification to a pre-existing order may need to take place. We stand ready to assist you at every stage of the legal process.

Contact us for more information about our services and to discuss your case with a divorce lawyer in New Jersey.

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