Post Decree Matters
Divorce lawyers serving Akron
Post Decree matters concern anything that happens after your initial Decree of Divorce or Decree of Dissolution or first parenting order is entered by a court. Most often when parents enter into an initial agreement on parenting issues, those agreements work for awhile, until some circumstances of the parents or children change. Thankfully, in Ohio courts have jurisdiction to change and modify custody and parenting agreements until a child reaches the age of eighteen. However, there are important matters to consider when deciding if you should reopen your custody case or try to change something about your parenting plan. Whether you wish to try to reopen a case, or your former partner has already asked the court to reopen the matter, you need good quality legal representation to advise you on your rights, the legal issues involved, and how to use the legal system to best accomplish your objectives and goals. We at Hoover Kacyon, LLC have a team of competent family law lawyers who can advise you and hold your hand every step of the way.