The attorneys at Burkett & Associates PLLC recognize that sometimes after a divorce or suit affecting the parent child relationship is finalized, the circumstances of one or both of the parties may materially change. When that happens our firm is available for representation in the modification of custody or support orders.
An example of a material change for a child support order could be the loss of the job of the parent obligated to pay child support. It could also be a promotion or pay increase, provided that the increase is at least a minimum percentage over what was ordered by the court in the most recent child support order.
Examples of a material change for custody or visitation orders could be the remarriage of one of the parties, a move, or the incarceration of one of the parents.
It is important to remember when considering the modification of existing orders that the best interest of the child will always be the determining factor for the court for a modification.
Please call to discuss your reasons for requesting a modification with one of our attorneys to receive an evaluation of your circumstances and an honest assessment of your case.
To discuss your case with a family law attorney today, please contact us at (713) 581-1090 or email us at email@example.com for a free initial consultation.
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