Post-Divorce Modifications of Child Custody and Child Support
Detailed Child Custody Modification Guidance
When circumstances change, child custody and support arrangements or orders can quickly become obsolete. If this happens, either party may seek a modification to child custody or support orders in an effort to create a more functional arrangement. Whether you are seeking a modification to an existing arrangement, or you are contesting a modification, I can help you.
I have committed most of my 30 year legal career to representing people throughout Dallas, Collin, Denton and Tarrant counties in family law matters. With a detailed knowledge of the child custody and child support modification process, I am able to provide the advice you need to protect your interests regarding the modification of a custody or support arrangement.
Altering Custody and Support Orders
When seeking a modification, you must establish a change in circumstances and demonstrate how the modification serves the best interests of your children. As a lawyer dedicated to family law, I can help you understand your rights and your likelihood of succeeding in your case. I will take the time to understand your situation so we can discuss how the law applies to your case.
Common causes for modification include:
- Changes in employment or income
- Relocation of a parent
- Child’s preferences
I work to guide you through the process and help you present your argument for or against the modification in an effort to help you serve your children’s best interests.