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Mar 13, 2014

divorce lawyer Daniel ExnerQuestion:

What constitutes a substantial change in circumstance?

I had a child support order entered in December and barely three months later my ex-wife is trying to modify the support order citing a "substantial change in circumstances."

Dec 30, 2013

divorce lawyer Kristen BuzzelliQuestion:

I pay maintenance/alimony to me ex-wife, who recently received a large inheritance after her father died.

As a result, her standard of living is now significantly higher than mine, and I'm still paying her child support and maintenance.

Do I have any chance of success in modifying or eliminating maintenance entirely?

Nov 22, 2013

pittsburgh divorce lawyer jana palkoQuestion:

I was the primary breadwinner for many years, but recently while going through the divorce I was fired from my job.

So I am paying large temporary support based off an income I no longer have.

Now that my soon-to-be-ex-wife is the primary earner can I modify the support order and possibly even ask that she provide me with financial support now?

Jun 11, 2013

divorce lawyer Caroline ThompsonQuestion:

I am a federal employee who pays alimony and is being temporarily furloughed from my job.

My alimony calculation was based on my full salary, but my income will obviously be temporarily reduced due to furlough.

Should I ask for a temporary modification of my alimony payments as a result of an employment furlough?

Jun 10, 2013

child support modification factorsChild Support Question:

What are the child support modification factors a court will consider?

I was ordered to pay child support, but I spend significantly more time with my children since the order was entered because my work schedule has changed.

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