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Modifying an Alimony Agreement

Though your alimony agreement may have been representative of the respective financial circumstances of you and your former partner at the time of the divorce, it may now be necessary to modify the terms of that agreement to better reflect your current situation. If your financial circumstances have changed, our Houston legal team can help you work through the legal process of modifying your current alimony agreement. It should be noted, however, that alimony agreements that were mutually agreed to be nonmodifiable may not be revaluated nor modified.

Modifying Alimony with an Attorney

While an alimony agreement will only be valid for a limited period of time, modifications to these agreements can be critical for families who need to address unforeseen expenses. With that in mind, many people seek to modify their alimony agreements under the following circumstances:

  • If the income of either spouse changes
  • If the living expenses of either spouse changes
  • If a shared child turns 18 years old

Our Houston legal team will do everything they can to help you make the necessary adjustments to your alimony agreement so that you may continue to provide for your family.

Consult with a Modifying Alimony Attorney in Houston

If your financial circumstances have changed and you need to modify your alimony, the Houston family attorneys at Holmes, Diggs, Eames & Sadler can help you make those modifications. To discuss the particulars of your situation with one of our Houston alimony attorneys, please call our offices at (713) 802-1777 today.

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