After an Illinois or Indiana divorce proceeding has been finalized, issues may arise or require a re-evaluation, whether related to spousal maintenance, child support, custody, or post-secondary education expenses. If you find legal matters related to your divorce are resurfacing, or new issues need to be examined, contact our family law attorneys serving clients across DuPage and Will Counties in Illinois, as well as Porter, LaPorte, and Lake Counties in Indiana.
The Process of an Illinois or Indiana Post-Decree Case
A post-decree case in Illinois or Indiana refers to modifying the terms initially established in the underlying divorce case. In some cases, circumstances may change, and the original terms are no longer appropriate to be imposed on the parties. The post-decree process can be complicated and time-consuming. Working with a post-decree lawyer in our Naperville, IL, and Northwest Indiana offices can help you navigate the process by gathering evidence or documentation necessary to modify the original judgment entered in Illinois or Indiana.
Experienced Illinois and Indiana Post Decree Attorney
Our attorneys at our law firm are dedicated to the success of your post-decree process. Our experienced post-decree attorney(s) will advocate for the modifications you desire. When faced with a post-decree issue in Illinois or Indiana, our trusted attorney(s) can help you navigate a difficult situation and achieve a fair resolution.
The Law Office of Edward P. Graham, Ltd. has assisted clients like you and your loved ones for nearly 30 years and understands and implements successful strategies in estate planning, business law, Illinois/Indiana litigation, probate, family law, and real estate law. We urge you to contact our Naperville office to learn more about how we can help meet your divorce and post decree needs in DuPage County, Will County, Kane County, and other surrounding counties in Illinois. Contact our Indiana office to address your divorce and post decree needs if you live in Porter County, Lake County, and LaPorte County in Indiana.