Robert Nickerson
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Modification of Judgements

WHAT DOES "MODIFICATION" OR "MODIFICATION OF JUDGMENTS" MEAN?

Modification means legally changing an original court ordered judgment and terms. After a divorce or a child custody settlement, any changes to the judgment must be finalized in court. Even if you are able to amicably accommodate the changes, the original judgment and terms still legally apply—changes need to be officially recognized by the court.

Many events can cause the need for modifications, including a need to change when visitation occurs, a need to change when a child is going to have vacation with a non-custodial parent, when the custodial parent wishes to move the residence of the child more than 100 miles from the court house, job relocation, a change in job requiring a change in the amount of child support or spousal support, etc.

HOW CAN MR. NICKERSON HELP MY CHILDREN?

Attorney Nickerson has extensive experience in child custody cases. He will listen to your child custody concerns and goals, answer your questions, and assist you in making informed decisions about your custody case. Mr. Nickerson is an accomplished and experienced trial lawyer who is prepared to litigate your custody case in court when necessary.