Do You Need To Modify An Existing Order?
Families grow and change — this is a given. At a certain point, court-imposed judgments may no longer work in the best interest of all family members. When this happens, a party may pursue a modification to custody or support.
There are a number of factors that must be considered in a modification proceeding, including the possible need to show a substantial change in circumstance since the last order was entered. For example, a career or job change or relocation may justify modification, or a significant change in income of one of the spouses may require a support modification. In addition, a child reaching adulthood may affect support obligations.
If circumstances are such that you wish to seek a modification, a skilled lawyer is an ideal asset. These issues can be nuanced and context driven, so having an experienced advocate on your side is extremely beneficial.
Our Law Firm Has The Experience You Need
We are a family law firm with more than 20 years of experience that has assisted individuals and families in understanding their legal rights and the obligations involved in modifying a court order. We will partner with you and help you clarify realistic goals and work together with you to achieve the best outcome.
While some matters require that you show a substantial change in circumstances before you can modify an existing order, this is not the case when dealing with a modification of a parenting schedule. Our team has extensive experience throughout the region and will tailor our representation in the pursuit of your best interest.