Often after years have elapsed since a divorce, the circumstances have changed dramatically. For example, parenting time schedules that worked when your children were very young may no longer meet their best interests when they become teenagers. Or, you could have experienced a financial change, such as loss of a job or retirement. New Jersey law provides for modification of final divorce agreements under certain circumstances. Contact us to learn what your options may be at this time.
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