A lot can change after a divorce is "final," even many of the not-so-final terms of the divorce itself. Child custody and visitation agreements can be modified if circumstances warrant and the change will be in the best interest of the children. Alimony and child support payments can also be increased or decreased in appropriate circumstances.
There is one aspect of divorce, however, that spouses almost never get a second chance to get right. We're talking about property division, which Virginia courts and divorce lawyers also call the equitable distribution of marital assets and debt.