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What Happens If Issues Come Up After a Divorce Is Final?

By Nottage and Ward on October 3, 2012

As an experienced divorce attorney in Illinois, Jeffrey Knipmeyer understands that we do not live in a perfect world. If it was perfect, once a divorce is final, it’s actually finished. Every party abides by the terms of the divorce settlement; they pay maintenance (alimony), on schedule; they never miss a child support payment or visitation; and everything moves on exactly as planned. This is unfortunately not the case for many divorces, which is why a divorce attorney is not just prepared to fight for an equitable divorce agreement, but prepared to provide effective representation in order to modify an already final settlement in post-decree proceedings.

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