There are numerous laws in place to account for the vast array of changes that can occur after a divorce or dissolution of marriage. After all, almost every aspect of a divorce decree is a stipulation about the future – and nothing about the future is absolutely certain.
Changing Custody, Changing Support and Enforcing Court Orders
Our experienced Akron, Ohio, area family law attorneys are intensely familiar with the requirements and procedures for changing custody, changing support and enforcing court orders such as:
- Modifications of child custody – an action that requires proof of a significant change in circumstances and a strong case that the change is in the child’s best interest
- Modifications of other orders, such as those for child support, visitation or spousal support
- Enforcement of court orders when one spouse fails to comply with some aspect of the dissolution decree – such as payment of support or surrendering marital property as stipulated
Randal A. Lowry & Associate’s attorney Mora Lowry has considerable experience as a mediator and guardian ad litem. She will be a strong asset in assessing and pursuing your case for a custody modification or other post-decree litigation action.
Ohio Divorce Orders and Other Family Law Decisions are Subject to Appeal
Not all divorce outcomes are fair and just. However, you can appeal unjust or unconstitutional outcomes with the services of an experienced Ohio divorce lawyer. Attorney Randal A. Lowry has been involved in several landmark cases heard in a court of appeals involving issues such as business valuations, premarital assets, and division of retirement accounts.
Contact Our Akron Law Office
If your Northeast Ohio divorce ended disastrously due to an extremely unfair order or circumstances have changed substantially for you or your ex-spouse, we may be able to help. We welcome you to call Randal A. Lowry & Associates at (330) 576-3363 to consult with us. Our Akron-area family law attorneys serve clients throughout Summit, Medina, Portage, Stark and Cuyahoga counties.