Post-divorce modification involves modifying the final divorce decree because of certain circumstances. Even after they are considered final, divorce decrees can be modified. The most common situations requiring post-divorce modifications are children and money. Circumstances can change after the divorce, requiring the final decree to change as well. The modification can either be done through an agreement by both parties or through a contested proceeding resolved by the trial court after a hearing. The attorneys in our office can assist you with your post-divorce modification and questions you may have.