You may qualify to modify your current Order regarding custody, parenting time rights, visitation, child support or alimony . . . if your current Order no longer serves your child(ren)’s best interest; if you or your ex-spouse have experienced a significant change in income since the last Order; if you or your ex-spouse have experienced a significant change in circumstance since the last Order; if you or your ex-spouse plan to move out-of-state; if the needs of your child(ren) have changed since the last Order; if one or more of your children are no longer eligible for support; if custody of one or more of your children has changed; if you no longer exercise the parenting time schedule in the last Order; if you and your ex-spouse have verbally agreed to change the last Order; or if your current Order needs to be updated for any other reason.
Contact our office today to see if you qualify to file for modification of your Order. Please provide us with copies of the most recent Order to review, as well as documents showing the changes since the previous order. Once we review your case, we can provide sound legal advice on pursuing a modification of custody, parenting time rights, visitation, child support or alimony in the most cost effective manner. Whether the case can be solved by agreement or if a trial becomes necessary – we have the experience to effectively represent your interests and protect your rights in modifying your current Order.