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We believe there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to divorce, so we take a personalized approach, building a solid relationship with you. Understanding your needs and goals allows us to guide you to the best outcome possible.

Divorce Consultations by Award-Winning Milwaukee Divorce Lawyers

Providing Steadfast Guidance Correcting or Clarifying Divorce Judgments

In some cases, you may find yourself needing to revise, correct, or clarify a divorce judgment that has already been filed and in effect. The experienced Wisconsin divorce attorneys at Bandle and Zaeske, LLP can help you revise your divorce judgment to better fit your current needs. Our experienced attorneys provide legal consultations to help you make the necessary changes to a divorce judgment to allow for a better fit for you and your family. We have more than 50 years combined experience helping families in Milwaukee, Washington, Ozaukee and Waukesha counties.

Revising a Divorce Judgment

There are many reasons you may need to revise a judgment since circumstances often change in life, particularly when you have children. You may find that you or your spouse’s income has significantly changed and that you may need a revision of your divorce judgment to fairly represent the terms agreed to in your divorce. Another reason you may need to revise a judgment is if there are changes that must be made to accommodate your children and their needs as they age. What may have worked for you and your ex-spouse when your children were under age five may not still be in the best interests of your family when they are in high school.

Correcting and Clarifying Divorce Judgments

Sometimes, a divorce judgment may have terms that are not quite clear to the parties. This can happen often in pro se cases where you and your ex-spouse draft your own divorce judgment. It is not unusual for ex-spouses to find that the divorce judgment terms they thought they agreed upon are interpreted a bit differently in reality. When you are facing an issue of a different interpretation of the terms of your divorce judgment, it will benefit both former spouses to have our attorneys review and explain the divorce judgment as it stands. Then, if certain terms are unclear, we will correct and clarify the language in the divorce judgment to better fit each former spouse’s understanding of the meaning of the term or terms in the judgment.

Another instance where our divorce lawyers can help you revise or correct a pre-existing divorce judgment is where there are errors in the judgment that need to be corrected. Divorce judgments can be lengthy documents, and particularly when they are done pro se (drafted without an attorney), you may find that there are mistakes in the document that need to be corrected. These mistakes are often minor, but in legal documents, a missing word or a small typo can make a big difference in the application of the judgment.

If you have found errors or misconstrued terms that are affecting the way you and your former spouse are interpreting your divorce judgment, you both will benefit from having one of our skilled Wisconsin divorce attorneys review the judgment and make the necessary corrections. By making these corrections, you and your former spouse can be on the same page moving forward.

Attorney Advice and Consultation for Divorce Judgments

The award-winning family law attorneys at Bandle and Zaeske, LLP are ready to help you review your divorce judgment and advise you on any changes that can be made to help you and your former spouse properly follow the terms of the judgment. We provide a variety of services, including divorce consultation, providing advice for a fee instead of taking on full representation on a divorce matter and requiring a retainer. Call us today at (414) 359-1424 or contact us online to schedule a consultation that suits your legal needs. Our Milwaukee office is easily accessible and conveniently located at the corner of the 4 counties.