When the health, employment, or living situation of a parent changes, it often affects their ability to adhere to the terms of their divorce settlement. Since the terms of a divorce are binding on both parties, it’s essential that the court note any changes in income, health, or employment that impacts your ability to adhere to the terms of your divorce. In order to avoid a contempt proceeding, the loss of the custody of your children, or even garnished wages, obtaining a court-sanctioned modification of your divorce settlement is essential. At the law office of Heller & Heller, our lawyers prepare all necessary paperwork and information in support of our client’s request for a child custody or child support modification. When necessary, we work with accountants, child psychologists, and other experts in providing support for our client’s motion.