As your children grow older or circumstances in your life change, you may wish to renegotiate the terms of your divorce, including alimony, child support, custody, or parenting. Post-divorce mediation can help you negotiate new terms that are fair and equitable and suit your new circumstances. READ MORE
Alexander Mediation Group – Divorce ModificationIf the occasion arises when your existing Settlement Agreement must be altered to reflect changed circumstances, a divorce modification may be necessary, and we can help. Click here to learn more about divorce modification documents and other legal documents associated with divorce mediation. READ MORE.
Modification of child support in NJ or in NY can often be indicated when one or both parents experience a change in their life circumstances, or if there are changes with one or more of the children. Some parents also opt to review child support every two years or so, or according to their state’s recommendations or mandates. Parents with fluid circumstances – such as those early in their careers or just transitioning from professional training into the workforce where their incomes will vary – may wish to review child support with greater regularity. Some might be parents with young children, whose needs will continue to evolve as they grow, at times affecting the financial support required. READ MORE.
Sometimes divorced parents find that their child custody agreement needs to be amended. Child custody modifications can be best handled with a trained mediator, and many families find that mediation makes modifying the child custody agreement simpler, faster, and, ultimately, more agreeable than going through traditional litigation channels. READ MORE.