After divorce, many individuals choose to go out and finish the degrees
that they abandoned for marriage. This is especially true for women who
may choose to drop out of school in order to have children and be a homemaker.
When a marriage dissolves, both parties often want to return to their
original hopes and dreams and set about accomplishing them.
If you are a planning to go back to college or career training, it is important
that you enroll in your courses promptly and notify your family court
of your decision. With the help of a successful Plano family attorney,
you may be able to petition for more spousal support to cover your educational costs.
An attorney can help you to develop an argument evidencing that returning
to school is a good investment for your future. Also, a lawyer can show
the court why you need financial assistance in order to attend school.
If you are the primary custodian of children produced by the marriage,
then this would further bolster your argument for increased
spousal support that will cover your educational costs.
You will want to talk to a Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC attorney about support modification
and see if you can present a request to the court that will then be transferred
to your ex-spouse. If the court agrees that an increase in spousal support
is necessary and reasonable, your ex-spouse will be notified of this change.
He or she may be able to contest the modification, so you will want to
It may take more support from an ex-spouse now to increase your earnings
in the long run, so try to come up with a detailed plan showing how you
will be able to remodify the plan later in the future. If you want more
information hire a Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC
Plano divorce attorney today!