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When Family Dynamics Change, Your Agreements Need To Change

After finalization of a divorce or paternity matter, your financial circumstances or the needs of your children may change. At Nordaune & Friesen, PLLC, we represent clients throughout the entire Twin Cities west metro area in post-decree modifications made necessary by those changes. Our team of lawyers has extensive experience in divorce and family law matters, and is ready to help you resolve the issues you are facing.

At our firm we take a consultative, straightforward approach to working with clients. We are prepared to answer questions, directly address your concerns and make recommendations as to how to proceed. You can trust our proven track record and our experience for your family law matter.

Modifications To Support And Custody

Our post-decree modification lawyers in Wayzata handle cases involving changes to:

  • Custody, visitation time and parenting access arrangements
  • Support or lower support in circumstances where a significant change in income or needs has occurred
  • Spousal support because of a shift in income, unanticipated financial circumstances or additional needs
  • Family structure, such as new marriages, children, adopted children or stepparent adoptions

Scenarios where support needs may change, which might include situations where one parent loses a job, becomes disabled, has a change in hours or receives a promotion. If you are aware of upcoming issues before they occur, you may also want to consider a postnuptial agreement.

Your Family Changes Should Be Reflected In Your Agreements

Contact our team at Nordaune & Friesen, PLLC, to schedule your initial consultation. During your initial interview, we will learn more about your circumstances and existing legal agreements. Call 800-724-2883 or book your consult online.

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