A judge considers many factors when determining custody, child support, parenting time, and more. Factors such as the parents’ salary, jobs, needs of the child, and best interest of the child are considered. However, people’s lives change naturally. After a job loss or medical emergency, your financial situation may change. If you move, your visitation rights may need to be altered. These are common examples of situations that happen daily to ex-spouses and parents all over America.
When life happens, your previous arrangement concerning your child custody and child support case needs modification. The attorneys at Gray Eittreim Martin have extensive experience with petitioning for a modification. Just because your life changes doesn’t mean your needs go to the wayside. Let us help you. Additionally, child custody cases are not the only cases that require modification. If part of your divorce settlement requires alimony payments, that may change in the event of a job loss or your spouse having an influx in income.
Our desire to help you doesn’t end when your court case is over. If a post-judgement matter arises or your case needs modification, don’t hesitate to contact us for a confidential consultation. We will gladly advise you on the path that most benefits you.
Contact a Gray Eittreim Martin attorney today to modify your legal documents.