Modifications To Alimony/Spousal Support In Galveston County
Do You Need To Modify The Terms Of Your Spousal Support Agreement?
After the dust has settled on a divorce and everything has been determined, including spousal support, it may feel like the worst is over. Even if everything went smoothly and everyone seemed happy with the decisions, there may still be a need for modifications to alimony agreements.
Circumstances such as a loss of a job or medical problems can crop up unexpectedly and it will be up to a judge to determine if there is a true need to modify the original agreement.
Call An Experienced Divorce Attorney For The Best-Possible Results!
If you are the one requesting a change to an original support agreement, either as the party providing the alimony or the one being supported, it can be a very stressful time.
Having a Galveston County divorce attorney there to walk you through the process is vital to see that the needs of you and your family are met.
At my firm, I have made it my quest to strive for excellence in my profession as well as promoting fairness in the laws of each state where I practice and I am ready to help with your case.
Adjusting Alimony For Lifestyle Changes
Life is full of bumps in the road that we usually never see coming. Things such as:
- Medical emergencies
These things can take us by surprise and create a need for changes to previous agreements. What was once a fair and working alimony agreement, may now be putting an undue burden on one of the parties involved.
If changes to lifestyle or other factors have brought about a need for modification of support payments, it’s time to call my firm, The Karenko Law Firm and learn how the law applies to you. I promise never to turn your case over to an associate, and will always handle your case personally. I am always frank and honest with my clients and give them reasonable expectations of what to anticipate during the proceedings.
Contact a Galveston County divorce lawyer if circumstances have brought about the need to modify an existing alimony/spousal support agreement.