The Carson Law Firm understands that the principle of change is relevant in divorce settlement and child custody. It is addressed with a legal process known as modification.
– It is amazing how our lives and our needs change through the years.
You can probably think back 5, 10, or 20 years and clearly identify the changes in your life that have had an effect on the values and principles you held. This principle of change is also relevant in divorce settlement and child custody. It is addressed with a legal process known as modification.
Sometimes, we outgrow the arrangements originally made at the time of divorce. Perhaps child support also served the purpose of alimony, but the children are now grown. Maybe the home environment that you agreed to allow your children to be raised in has changed, and you’re concerned about their safety. Perhaps you’ve had a career change, and the previously established hours of custody and visitation no longer work with your schedule.
The attorneys at The Carson Law Firm realize time changes things. The decisions made were appropriate for your life at the time, and now they may need to be altered. Regardless of which side you are on in the case, The Carson Law Firm has the experience to represent you through modification. If you are seeking to modify a divorce settlement, call on us to prepare and present your case for modification. If your former spouse is filing for modification, turn to The Carson Law Firm to protect your livelihood and preserve the original judgment. We are on your side and we can help.