A Phoenix Divorce Lawyer Can Help When Seeking Child Support and Child Custody Modifications
Janice M. Palmer, a Phoenix divorce lawyer at the Law Offices of Janice M. Palmer, P.C. can assist you if you are seeking to have a child support or child custody modification.
Modifying Child Support and Custody Orders with Help from Our Phoenix Divorce Lawyer
If you are unhappy with your child support, spousal maintenance order of legal decision making and parenting time (custody) order, it may be possible to change or modify those orders. Janice M. Palmer, a Phoenix divorce lawyer will explain if it possible to change the order, and how it is possible to alter a child custody or child support agreement after it was completed. You may believe that it is not possible to change what was done in your decree. There are numerous reasons why you might want to change the order; perhaps the children are now older, and it costs more to raise teenagers; perhaps your income has been reduced. There are many reasons why a child support order can be changed. If your situation is different than it was at the time of the divorce, it might be a necessity or desire to change the order for the good of the child. Some times, A parent remarries and has other children to support; that could be considered a change of circumstances which would support a modification of child support e. It is not unusual for financial circumstances to make it necessary to request a modification of child support. If a custodial (legal decision making and parenting time) parent was working and received a specific amount in support each month, the amount that was awarded might have been contingent on the salary earned at that time. If that person loses his or her job, it may form a basis for lowering the child support. With custody (legal decision making and parenting time), a child might be better served to live with the parent who was not originally awarded custody. There could be personal issues or a desire on the part of the child to live with the other parent. There could be numerous viable reasons to request a custody (legal decision making or parenting time) or support modification. Regardless of whether the modification request is coming from you or if you are responding to the other parent’s request, Janice M. Palmer, a Phoenix family lawyer can handle both.