Modifications to Child Support

Changing Child Support Payments

The process of going through a divorce is exhausting. Finally being able to have the complex issues of asset division, legal custody, child support and other matters settled can come as a relief, allowing you to finally move on with your life. As we all know, however, life can change in the blink of an eye. Often, parents need to modify child support after a change in circumstances. For example, the recent difficulties in the global economy have been felt here in Texas resulting in many job losses.

Most divorced parents who are either paying or receiving child support are unaware about what circumstances might subject them to a modification to the terms of child support. Some of the issues are:

  • A significant change in income or finances of either parent
  • Health insurance matters
  • Emancipation of a child

There has to be a significant change for the court to order a modification of child support. When you are seeking a modification to your current child support agreement, the most important first step is to contact a Galveston County divorce lawyer. My firm has been helping clients seek fair child support agreements for more than 26 years. I appreciate that circumstances change and may be able to assist you in seeking a modified child support agreement that reflects your change in circumstances.

Galveston County Divorce Attorney

Family law is my focus and I have the proven experience as well as successful track-record effectively representing clients through the complex issues of child support. I devote personal attention to all clients, carefully listening to your circumstances and goals. I am frank and honest with clients and will keep you fully informed about any developments in your case and ensure that you understand all of your legal choices. My firm strives for excellence in protecting your rights and protecting you financially by working to resolve your case with a reasonable settlement to avoid costly litigation. I make it my business to keep abreast of any issues that might affect your legal options.

Contact a Galveston County child support lawyer from my trusted and respected firm as soon as possible to help you seek a reasonable child support agreement when you have had a change in circumstances.

Galveston County Divorce Attorney

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