More often than not, a final judgment is not the last court order you will receive when dealing with a divorce, child custody, support or paternity issue.

In most cases, one or both parties attempt to modify the previous order because circumstances have changed since the entry of the final judgment.

Often times, modifications can be more difficult to obtain than the preferred outcome in the original proceeding, most prominently because the standard with which a party must show the court in order to obtain the modification is slightly higher. The firm of Green, James and Snider is committed to providing that extra bit of service and detail that it may take in order to achieve a modification because it may mean all the difference in the amount of time you see your child, the amount of alimony you may have to pay, or how much child support you are going to receive.