FIGHTING A CASE REGARDING CHILD SUPPORT MODIFICATION?
After a divorce agreement has been signed, it is sometimes necessary to make changes. But ex-spouses are seldom amenable to modifications. Naturally, a request to alter child support is usually resisted by the other party. The paying parent does not want to be saddled with an unfairly high payment, and the recipient parent does not want to be shortchanged or stuck with added child care expenses that should be shared.
In child support cases, It is important to work with an experienced attorney who can protect you and your children’s interests. You need to show a substantial change in your circumstances in order to increase or reduce your payments. We have had success helping clients looking to modify their child support when new circumstances arise, including:
Long after a divorce or separation agreement is finalized, modifications in child support orders may be required. A parent may lose a job, or a child may suffer health concerns, among other things that require a modification of the original financial support. We can help obtain the modification and work out a new agreement that better fits the current situation.
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