It is not uncommon for agreements to be modified. The lives of parents and children are constantly changing and evolving. If you need to file a motion for modification or contest a motion, the guidance and representation of an experienced attorney are invaluable.
At Scott M. Brown & Associates, we discuss the impacts of modification on your personal life, finances, work schedule and family time. If you have children, we help you protect their best interests. Our Pearland modification attorneys handle custody, visitation, child support and alimony modification cases throughout the Houston area, and they will bring years of combined family law experience to your unique situation.
Call us today at 979-849-8526, or contact us by email to schedule a one-on-one consultation with an attorney.
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Modifying Divorce Decree Provisions In Texas
A significant change in circumstances is required to modify any provision in a divorce decree after judgment. Our lawyers will carefully consider all aspects of your case and present you with options. We will sculpt a custom-tailored strategy for your case. Parenting plans, support payments, visitation and custody schedules are all modifiable.
If you want to prevent modification, you will need a strong defense. Even though the burden of proof lies with the party who files the motion, defending against a compelling case will be extremely difficult without experienced representation. Representing yourself or relying upon inexperienced counsel is not to your benefit.
We handle a variety of cases under myriad circumstances, including:
- Job loss or change in income
- Parental relocation
- Changes in a parent’s or child’s health
- Changes in school or activity schedules
- Changes in the ability to pay child support or spousal support
- Changes in work schedules
The best interests of children and the reasonable needs of each party will lay the foundation for the court’s decision, but your legal representation will influence the direction of the case.
Call Scott M. Brown & Associates | Angleton Support Modification Attorneys
Contact us to discuss your specific situation. Call 979-849-8526, or email us to schedule a consultation.