Modification Actions

Whether alimony or child support, at the Law Offices of Stephen K. Hachey we understand the financial commitments often associated with divorce. We also understand that it is impossible to anticipate every major event that can affect your life years after a divorce is finalized.

Here at the Law Offices of Stephen K. Hachey, we are well-versed in cases involving post-divorce alimony or child support modification. In order to qualify for post-judgment modification, the state of Florida requires that there be an existing court order and that the party petitioning for modification demonstrate a significant, unexpected and permanent change in circumstances. Factors considered by the court include reduced earnings, employment status, long-term unemployment, inheritance, lottery winnings, medical insurance, retirement, fraud and remarriage. Whether seeking a petition for a post-judgment modification on your behalf or defending your interests from unjust modification action, the Law Offices of Stephen K. Hachey will guide you through the Modification Action process and work aggressively to ensure your rights are protected.