After parties make, for example, a Stipulation of Settlement in their divorce case, and one of the parties later wishes to change/modify some terms of that agreement, both the Supreme Court (if there was a divorce) and the Family Court (if the parties were never married) are where a motion or petition must be brought. A very active type of modification is to increase or decrease child support. Also very active, is a request to change custody or modify visitation. Mr. O’Shea’s office has extensive experience in these areas and these motions/petitions are very often contentious and antagonistic! Your choice of your attorney is critical. An experienced attorney who has handled these types of cases and litigated them in the various courts is critical. Joseph O’Shea is such an attorney!