Colorado Child Support Modification Lawyer Offers Skills, Experience
Due to changes in an individual's or family's lifestyle, changes in a divorced couple's settlement agreement are often warranted. These changes can be caused by a job loss, job promotion, remarriage, illness or injury.
Regardless of the reason for the post-decree modification you are seeking, the law office of Susan J. Ellender in Denver is here to help. For over 10 years, our law firm's founder has assisted clients with necessary revisions to divorce settlement obligations.
The toll free number to call is 916-812-8931. You can also reach attorney Ellender by e-mail or fax from Colorado cities such as Denver, Greenwood Village, Aurora, Centennial, Cherry Hills Village, Lone Tree, Parker, Highlands Ranch, Englewood, Littleton, Castle Rock Lakewood and Arvada.
The Law Office of Susan J. Ellender — A Safe Place to Put Your Trust
Property division agreements in your divorce cannot be modified. Components of a decree that can be revised relate to:
- Child custody and visitation (parenting time)
- Parental relocation, in connection with custody and visitation parental responsibilities
- Grandparents' rights, for changes in custody and visitation
- Child support and alimony
- Contempt of court issues
Our skilled lawyer offers collaborative services that promote a spirit of cooperation when divorce issues are negotiated. We favor amicable resolutions to disagreements — outcomes you can live with, and that minimize negative impact on your children.
The law office of Susan J. Ellender serves family law and post-decree modification clients in Denver County, Arapahoe County, Douglas County, Jefferson County and Adams County.
Need Meaningful Revisions to Your Divorce Settlement Agreement? Contact Us
Speak with Denver divorce modification attorney Susan J. Ellender today by calling toll free: 916-812-8931. Messages left after business hours are promptly returned.