The court orders created during a divorce can rarely predict everything that the future will hold for the parents and children. As the years progress, the circumstances, location and income of the parents may change. Also, the lifestyle of the child may change with the addition of new interests and extracurricular activities.
At Brasier Law, LLC, we understand how to achieve the divorce modifications needed to tweak the original orders, so that they reflect new lifestyles as the years pass.
Child Custody Modification Lawyer
One of the most commonly requested modification to orders involves the relocation of a parent. As jobs change and family obligations change, one parent may need to move out of the area, jeopardizing the existing custody and parenting time orders.
Our attorneys will fight on your behalf to ensure that you maintain your current level of contact with your children. We have the veteran understanding of these situations to identify creative solutions to these scenarios and can help to negotiate a new agreement.
Child support orders hinge on the time you spend with your children, so the outcome of the custody and parenting time negotiations will have a direct impact on the amount of child support you receive or owe.
Support Modification Lawyer
Property division orders are not eligible for modification. Support orders, however, are. Not only does this include child support, but also spousal support or alimony. If the income, lifestyle, assets or education of one of the spouses changes within the allotted period, we can seek a modification to this order to ensure that you continue to owe or receive a fair amount.
To arrange an initial consultation to discuss the changes in your life necessitating a modification, please contact our law firm today at 503-855-4777.